Here’s another beautiful example of postmodern artwork being turned out by letting a PC loose on a collection of images. It reminds me of some of the work being done by animators at Flash In The Can this past season. Soon we won’t need artists, just programmers. *shiver* Ugh, that made me feel unwell
The first in a ongoing series begun in 1997, this photograph is the result of digitally averaging every Playboy centerfold foldout for the 10 years beginning Jan. 1988 through Dec. 1997. The shroud-like image is yielded by a simple, custom process: point-by-point mathematical averaging. No special “morphing” is used.
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