Art Paris (FR) 2015
This simple project shows the artist playfully reducing the production of art to a purely mechanical process, rather than the result of a well-thought, creative design. A plain but pretentious “art machine,” crouching awkwardly on its off-balanced feet, generates successive images suggestive of a contemporary style. A slow parade of geometric forms ambles across the screen one at a time, each leaving behind a random imprint as it passes. A little dusting of virtual particles completes the process, and the resulting picture is automatically numerated and signed as though the authentic output of a human artist. Unlike a human however, the machine can effortlessly produce a hundred masterpieces for the price of one.
But even in darkness threads of light are visible, in paper and ink.
Cruelty that’s casual is the most disturbing of all.
We make our own memories, ring by ring, until the day comes when we,
too, are uprooted.
element among its geometric ones.
sprinkle a bit of this or that, and you can cook up whatever
that produces towers like melodies in a set of musical variations.
A true hands-on experience…
instead of scaling the walls from without, doesn’t mean
you’re any less of a beast.
is infinite does it matter?
Payback takes on a life of its own, ceaselessly feeding upon itself.