29 March 2013

  1. The File Arts presents:
    rgbRods
    by James Proctor

    James Proctor likes to make things. He experiments with what inspires him and collaborates with a range of artists in very diverse media. He freely discloses his experiments and ideas and his process and code on his tumblr.

    The piece rgbRods came from experimenting with techniques like pixel sorting, inspired by artists like Kim Asendorf and Adam Ferris. He now joins Adam Ferris as an artist on The File Arts.

    His edition is a full HD animated gif using code based on pixelsorting to create an animated gif from scratch.Check out his edition rgbRods here…

    The download contains a full HD animated gif, as well as the source code in the proce55ing language used to generate the gif. This edition is Pay What You Want (anything from $1,-) Buy now.

    Check out James Proctor on Tumblr

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      Big thanks to The File Arts! Take a look at my edition’s page for more on the piece.
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