100 Days of Something: 76

Here’s a possible ASCII rendering of yesterday’s graffiti. Building it up placing the various block elements by hand is a somewhat painstaking process, and got me thinking of Chuck Close. There’s always been a grid present in his work, either implicit as a technique behind the early photorealistic works, or explicit, as with his later paintings. He also began filling that grid in with looser, more painterly shapes; as with the cover art for Paul Simon’s latest album.

100 Days of Something: 76 “ASCII Again” #The100DayProject https://rudigermeyer.com/notes/2016/2016-07-04-00-52-17

<a rel="me" class="p-name u-url" href="https://rudigermeyer.com">Rudiger Meyer</a> is a composer interested in the play between traditional concert music and new media.

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