André Hemer is a New Zealander painter whose work explores the intersections between digital media and painting by combining the visual detritus of contemporary visual culture with the conventions of painting; landscapes of Photoshop gradations, blurred digital images, vector scrawls, graffiti process, rudimentary 3-D renderings, painted gestures and computer drawn elements are layered, composed and erased on the surface, primarily working in acrylic and pigment. 88 more words
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Some notes and links, reflecting on the VR mask. The absurdity of the interface is both clumsy and undignified technology orientated experience….
Morton Heilig wanted to create the ‘cinema of the future’ and invented his own stereoscopic camera and projection device. 104 more words
Another sermon from Marcuss preached on July 15th, 2018. This is out of Colossians 2 and breaks down a few of the words Paul uses and then moves into a bit of the sinful nature vs the flesh and Christ the Victor. 7 more words