Tag: archive

Recently, I’ve been remembering the RENDERSAUR. The RENDERSAUR was an online art project I maintained seriously from 1997 to 2000, less-seriously from 2001 to 2002 and then trailing off completely around 2003 to 2004. RENDERSAUR was hosted by my friend and oscillated from RENDERSAUR.CX to RENDERSAUR.ORG. The Internet Archive: Wayback machine does a good job of capturing the […]

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After a few years in the workplace you begin to accumulate a lot of stuff in your office drawer. It becomes your personal archive of your workplace existence. A place for newspaper clippings, unlabelled CDs or DVDs containing forgotten data that was burnt long ago. I call it my office drawer archive. This newspaper clipping […]

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After a few years in the workplace you begin to accumulate a lot of stuff in your office drawer. It becomes your personal archive of your workplace existence. A place for newspaper clippings, unlabelled CDs or DVDs containing forgotten data that was burnt long ago. I call it my office drawer archive. This newspaper clipping […]

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I created the Epidermis Edit animation  in early 2000. The aesthetic is directly influenced by anatomy,  medical procedures,  macro-photography, electron microscopy and scientific inquiry. Back then, the Epidermis Edit animation was intended to be a realistic study in the movement and manipulation of the skin. A slightly surreal animation, but now it just seems confusing […]

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