James Clar | Rain (Reduction) (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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Rain (Reduction)

 

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

 

Rain is a simplification of a natural system, rain, whose random order and chaos is near possible to fully create using computers. Depicted here as a minimal, repeating pattern, rain is reduced to color, angles, and repetition that suggests frames of animation.
 
Exhibited:
“Iris Was A Pupil”, Carbon 12 Gallery, Dubai 2012
Art Brussels, 2014