James Clar | LINE (2004 – 2015)
James Clar is an American visual artist who uses technology as a medium to critique the dissociative affects of technology itself.
James Clar, media art, lighting art, light art, pop art, interactive art, led art, minimal, installation, 3d cube, jamesclar, light and space, new media, American visual artist, medium, dissociative, disruptive technology, technology
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LINE

 

(2004-2015)
120 cm x 8 cm x 8 cm
LEDs, Acrylic, Microcontroller

 

LINE synchronizes color data with time. Chromatic patterns are manipulated into a clock with Hours, Minutes, and Seconds displayed in amounts of Red, Green, and Blue light. This creates timed color patterns that shift throughout the day yet remains fully functional as a readable clock. This encourages the viewer to think about the changing perception of color that unfolds through each day.

 

Exhibited:

8th Japan Media Arts Festival, Tokyo 2005
The Chelsea Art Museum, New York 2004
“False Awakenings”, Jane Lombard Gallery, New York 2016