The text is comprised of testimonies of Halcyon’s supporters and audience members concerning their hopes, dreams, concerns, and fears for and of the future, plus a brief quotation of a poem by Kate Barnes, Maine’s first Poet Laureate, at the very end. Kate Barnes, excerpt from “April and Then May” from Where the Deer Were. Copyright © 1994 by Kate Barnes. Used by permission of The Permissions Company, LLC on behalf of David R. Godine, Publisher, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide.
Here’s the result of the previous batches of landscape studies! The idea of these pieces has been with me since a visit to the University of Wisconsin–Madison Arboretum around 2010. Their inspiration is ecological succession — in particular, the spread of plants across a disturbed flat landscape. Click here to view 10 random high-resolution images out of a batch of 872.
Here are a few more studies along the lines of the previous set.
These are some preparatory studies for a show at Steel House this coming winter. I think they are more sophisticated than most of my earlier work. In particular, they offer one solution to a problem of diversity of behavior in algorithmic art: If a work is generated by a single organic algorithm, how can it look like something other than an undifferentiated mass?
Hello, everybody. After a hiatus of over two years, I’m again making some visual art that I think might be interesting enough to share with the world. Click here to view 10 random high-resolution pieces out of a batch of 698 that I made recently.