"Perpetual Art" and "Perpetual Art" Projections

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Available Products

1. Perpetual Art

2. Code Art Images

3. Visual Language Images

1. "Perpetual Art" and "Perpetual Art" Projections

"Perpetual Art" is a stand-alone computer appication that provides a robust, diverse array of programs that are meant to be displayed either on a large format television or projected in large scale for entertainment purposes.


Click here for a complete explanation of the Perpertal Art product.

Perpetual Art can be "personalized" for business with company logos and information, for use in "narrow-casting" of inter-office or corporate uses.

Perpetual Art can be run either on Macintosh/Apple or Windows platforms.

The programs available for projection may be utilized in private homes, gallery spaces, offices, and multi-purpose venues.The images can be projected in interior spaces or exterior spaces, such as on the outside of buildings; on a grand scale. Doctor's offices, dental offices, lawyer offices, etc. can all take adavantage of a never-ending, infinite product that can produce literally billions of combinations to display.

Perpetual Art can also be implemented as an "alternative" to buying a single piece of artwork. With Perpertual Art, the client has a never-ending array of images that are constantly being programmed and displayed on-the-fly.

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A Random "Perpetual Art" Program being projected in an installation venue.


The programs can either take user imputs, in the form of numbers entered by the user, or simply rely on the "Random" version of the programs to render the images. The choice is up to the user.

Feel like being part of the creative process? Simply open the interface and type in a few numbers, then click the "Run Program" button.

In an hurry and want the show to begin? Select the "Random Program" option and click a button. The program does the rest.

The programs employ consumer inputs, uses them to start the process, then the COMPUTER is allowed to add random elements and pararameters to complete the computations. The resulting images are completely non-repetitive and most likely won't EVER be repeated. There are just too many varables to have a displayed image repeated. This process is a true cooperative effort between a human and a computer.

The images changes as often or seldom as the user decides.


2. Code Art Images

Click here for a gallery of Code Art images.

Code Art Images are produced by a "handshake" computer program written by the artist. The artist selects shapes, spacial divisions, and color palettes. The computer is given "permission" to provide subtle random computations into the algorithm to yield the image. If the artist is not pleased with the result, the program is simply run again until the results are engaging.

This process is called a "handshake" by the artist since the artist cannot produce the image alone, nor can the computer. The resulting images are human and machine working cooperatively.

Code Art Images can be used in private residences or corporate venues.

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Not your idea of the perfect palette? Any image can be "re-programmed" or color shifted to meet the needs of the client.
Compare the image above to the revised version below. Same image, different colors.

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3. Visual Language Images

Click here for a gallery of Visual Language images.

Uses for this type of image could be to print the names of private clients, their childrens' names, or the names of specific businesses. They could be utilized as corporate placement with "inspirational" phrases located in offices or outside elevators on each floor of a building. The actual "word" or "phrase" could be printed at the bottom of each print. The image could be a subtle, subliminal message to employees to "Take Responsibilty" or to "Think", or to "Be Persistant".

These images are the result of a program that assigns letters of the alphabet to a specific place in reference to the vertical space.

In other words, imagine the letter "A" being at the top of the page, and the letter "Z" being at the bottom of the page. All other letters are spaced accordingly between the "A" and "Z".

The first letter is placed on the left of the image, at the corresponding vertical placement according to its location in the alphabet. The next letter in the word moves one space to the left, and is placed in its corresponding vertical placement.

Since we read from left-to-right, (as Westerners), the word or phrase is spelled out from left to right. Please see the explanation below, along with visual examples.

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Explanation of how the "Words, Names, or Phrases" program functions.

These next four images use the "Visual Alphabet" I created to spell words, names, or phrases. Imagine the alphabet running from top to bottom as shown in the example below.

36” x 36” or 24” x 24” (or any size)



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“The Word ‘LOVE’ ”
(from the Visual Language Series)
Computer Program / Human Interaction Giclee’ Print
36” x 36” or 24” x 24” (or any size)





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“The Word ‘THINK’ ”
(from the Visual Language Series)
Computer Program / Human Interaction Giclee’ Print
36” x 36” or 24” x 24” (or any size)





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“The Word ‘PERSISTANCE' ”
(from the Visual Language Series)
Computer Program / Human Interaction Giclee’ Print
36” x 36” or 24” x 24” (or any size)





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“The Words 'TAKE RESPONSIBILITY' ”
(from the Visual Language Series)
Computer Program / Human Interaction Giclee’ Print
36” x 36” or 24” x 24” (or any size)





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