A print for "oh no" by oneohtrix point never. I created the 3D form by scanning a neoclassical sculpture at the Met using my phone. The resulting form is a corrupted form missing shadowed areas, its original sleeping expression transformed into one of pain and anguish, of “oh no!” The aspect of missing data is extended to the typography itself, which is stylized using missing glyph characters.
Above: the source images for the scan.
1950s Magazine Collage Series
Sunset, Marin Headlands, 2015.
Slit-Space: slit-scanning explorations in real-time
"Fold" by Elflock - Music Video
HA HA HA HA
Snakeskin Portrait, 2016
Meshes of Monterey: Satellite-Based Music Composition
DON'T LET ME DON'T LET ME SLEEP HERE
Abandoned Coast - Marin Headlands