James Clar | Increasing Resolution (2012)
James Clar is an American visual artist who uses technology as a medium to critique the dissociative affects of technology itself.
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Increasing Resolution

 

(2012)
120 cm x 190 cm
Fluorescent Lights, Filters

 

A linear array of fluorescent lights that starts at the top with Red, Green, and Blue. Each light below splits the colors further and further until the full spectrum of colors is displayed. The distances are spaced exponentially apart, in the same manor that the colors increase exponentially.

 

A visualization of increasing computer resolution and colors, closing the gap between the virtual and the real.
 
Exhibited:
“Iris Was A Pupil”, Carbon 12 Gallery, Dubai 2012