The Digital Chain} Chapter 11

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The artist for Chap­ter 11 is Jamie House
pinholeparcelproject.com
jhouse78.wordpress.com
about.me/jamiehouse






AG: Tell us about your response to the chain
JH: The Images I have pro­duced for the Chain Chap­ter 11 form a pho­to­graphic time­line of all am gallery‘s archived posts for the dig­i­tal Chain.I focussed a dig­i­tal cam­era on a com­puter screen whilst scrolling through pre­vi­ous artist responses.The result­ing images show bro­ken links,layering of text and dig­i­tal glitches that com­bine to cre­ate a new piece of work from me by dig­i­tally appropi­at­ing and re-mixing the imagery that other artist have pro­duced.



Chap­ter 12 artist TBC

Art Game #6 Sam Peters

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Art Game #5 Nicola Rowlands

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Art Game #4 Eric Baldetti

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Art Game #3 Trevor Ames

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trevor made an incan­tor
i will put the video up soon

Art Game #2 Adam Bergey

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Art Game #1 Amber McDonald

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The Digital Chain} Chapter 11 coming soon

January 29th, 2012 § 0 comments § permalink

Com­ing soon, the 11th instal­ment of our online art chain. 

The artist for this chap­ter is: Jamie House

pinholeparcelproject.com
jhouse78.wordpress.com
about.me/jamiehouse

The Digital Chain} Week 10

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This week’s AmGallery response was cre­ated by par­tic­i­pants at the AmGallery Autumn Social. Maddy Pethick’s work ‘points to the trees’ was dis­played dur­ing the event. 

The group recre­ated dif­fer­ent parts of Maddy’s piece on grey paper. Here are some of the results… 

The Digital Chain} Week 9

October 23rd, 2011 § 0 comments § permalink

This week’s artist is Maddy Pethick
http://maddypethick.tumblr.com/
http://maddypethick.hotglue.me/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/maddypethick/

Maddy’s response is in the form of a web­page:
points to the trees. Click here to view Maddy’s piece.

AmGallery: Tell us about your response to Alexia’s piece.
MP: I was inter­ested in the trees in Alexia’s ani­ma­tion of Adam and Eve. In Chris Marker’s La Jetee, there’s a funny scene where the pro­ta­gan­ist points to the trees explain­ing that this is where he came from. I decided to take this as my start­ing point for a work ‘point­ing to the trees’. An image of trees revealed itself in a 1969 copy of Devon Life stashed under my desk. I live in Devon. This is where I came from (points to trees). A selec­tion of images were cut out with kitchen scis­sors and trimmed with a guil­lo­tine. Through a process of arrange­ment and rearrange­ment the sequence was reduced to 9 images. This process is an ongo­ing, scrapbook-like activ­ity. Often pic­tures find their way into a rub­bishy pho­to­copied book-work and this may be so with this arrange­ment titled ‘Mrs Tibby Points to the Trees’. I like the method­i­cal process of scan­ning, edit­ing and fil­ing images on the com­puter and then arrang­ing them on the page both online and offline; in this case, stretched, hap­haz­ardly on an online page.