:FLOWPOINTS

Flowpoints [3], Lambda print on metallic paper, 117 x 90 cm


The Flowpoints project consists of a series of digital prints that examine the status of representation in an information age.

A motion tracking software designed by the artist analyzes frames from classic films and uses this data to generate abstract line renderings. While the resulting images are linear abstractions, they nonetheless hint at the contents of the films from which they were extracted.

His work integrates video art with mathematics and computer science, exploring the tension between digital abstraction and cinematic representation in the context of an ongoing engagement with film history.


Flowpoints [4], Lambda print on metallic paper, 112.5 x 90 cm


Flowpoints [5], Lambda print on metallic paper, 117 x 90 cm


Flowpoints [6], Lambda print on metallic paper, 120 x 66.5 cm


Flowpoints [9], Lambda print on metallic paper, 120 x 92.5 cm


The following video, Flowpoints:Kiss, applies the same technique to every frame from several segments of Andy Warhol's classic film Kiss.


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