a bill miller:
Update Dec. 2010
Some work of mine will be included in a program called "UAVM Highlights" during the Web Fake Festival which opens on Dec. 11 and is hosted by the Web Art Center. There are some really interesting projects in the show so if you have a minute, you should check it out.
Have also been using my Penn State Altoona webspace for a new website. This site will continue to act as an overall portfolio site, but the new one will include the courses I've been teaching. At some point in the next year, I'll roll out a new version of this website that will look similar to the one I'm working on. That site will then shift gears to focus more on the courses I teach.
Updaate OCT. 2010
Animated gifs just above link to their own pages. They are some new experiments based on some recent conversations about Science Fiction. I"m trying out some new things… these are just the beginning of something though since I'm creating them originally with high resolution.
A little late on the update this month. Oh well, life changes have made things a little more difficult to get to. THings will smooth out over the next few months. In the meantime, I've got some other things for the site visitors: in addition to the "grid-portraits" site, I've also revisted something that hasn't seen display much at all - "grid-walkrotate" - its more experiments with ASCII worlds and simple motion animation.
Two shows/screenings to talk about as well. 62d - a curatorial team from Milwaukee, is hosting a show in two Milwaukee galleries at the same time. They'll be showing some of my work. Give them a visit! Big Screen Project in New York will be opening in October. One of my videos "KBP-reconfigure" will be screened in a special program called "Future Selves" throughout the opening month. Maybe I can get up there to check it out.
Working on fixing some other pages for you too, and eventually a complete site overhaul!
Check it out: "grid-portraits
- a website of various animations related to my experiments with
stereoscopic "wiggle", ascii art, and glitches. I've posted all of this
stuff here before, but this is a more formal presentation site for the
work. Thanks to timb for helping me work out the kinks of getting the video to play in firefox using html5.
Update: July 2k10
This month we are moving to Altoona, PA for my new position at Penn State Altoona. I'll update again after we are settled in. Plans are that by next Fall, I'll have a new site developed.
RCP-ML2K-PDFzine is now in its 5th issue. We've made it past the one year mark! This issue includes content captured from dump.fm - its an image-based chatroom and I've been chilling there alot... actually... too much. Summer fun!.
Below, I'll post some images from my install at the MARNmentors show.
It seems to have flown under the radar of the majority of Milwaukee.
Don't forget to check out the store - I'm still selling digital prints and also willing to show them just about anywhere. Have a good summer!!!
And this last image, comes from a new series I'm working on. They
are drawings made with Letraset on Duralar and then displayed or
installed in natural environments. I've done similar things with
transparencies on windows, but since we're out and about this summer,
I'm trying some other locations. I'll probably do more of this in the
Update: May 2k10
GOTO this art show: MARNmentors Exhbition, Thursday May 27 - Friday June 25, Opening May 27 5-9pm at Brooks Stevens Gallery at MIAD. I've been working with Lane Hall and will be showing some adaptations of old work as well as new work. The show is sponsored/hosted by MARN
and will likely be my last show in Milwaukee for quite some time. There
are a lot of really great artists involved so if you're in the area you
should definitely check it out.
As promised, I'll put the online version of my KBP animation below. It was screened last month in Madison at Starlight Cinema as part of their "Cream Of The Crop" experimental video and animation showcase.