Introducing Infinitude III, the Digital (Pixel) Mirror. Bringing the virtual world into the physical.
data / context
x100 2″ sq mirrors arranged on a back panel to form a 20″ sq mirror, each square being infinitely adjustable via a universal joint on its reverse centre point of adhesion to the panel so as the whole mirror produces an infinite variety and juxtaposition of its 100 individual physical pixel reflections according to each of its component pixels’ (mirrored squares’) manually-depressed angle of any of its 4 outside edges or corners through the horizontal plane, giving a playful hide and seek-like experience.
Multifarious reflections limited edition prints to follow
Digital / Pixel Mirror
Original concept and IP of Michael St.Mark / London Dada Ltd 04/06/2015
( Exhibiting artists’ note * )
CSM Performance Artist Sophie Lardon / Digital Mirror portrait
(The Dada Digital Pixelated Mirror @ Underdog Gallery 2016 )
* Linkback to Infinitude II the artwork that inspired an Olympics.
Artist call London Dada are offering an affordable photo portrait shoot in the physical pixel deconstructist Digital Mirror TM during summer / autumn 2015. A triptych of images ( smaller scale example above, minus the camera ) will be procured in a Shoreditch rooftop setting featuring backdrop of the City and the Shard; each image similar yet with distinctly different positional features, while retaining the sitter’s essential character.
Unique chance to be part of Dada’s London expression
Price per sitting (including x3 A3 limited edition Lightjet prints on fine art Kodak Pro Endura archival paper); just £ 350
Limited to the first 50 artists to apply; prints will be named, numbered and watermarked LONDON DADA 2015.
Update; 03 / 2016, the following year from release of the Dada Digital Mirror….
Self portrait / Hidden pulse, gif by Atacart ( 2016 ), that he keeps as a retweet & follower-accumulating pinned headline lead-in image on his Twitter timeline. A direct copy of Infinitude III; The Digital Mirror by Michael St.Mark, made up into a simple gif by randomly moving some of the mirrored squares – as is exactly the function of Digital Mirror – and re-photographing it.
( * Still there as of January 2018 – presumably Mr Atacart is too creatively challenged to be able to come up with a better idea of his own in 2 years to use to suck traffic in and get followers on his Twitter feed )
- Update May/June 2017 this gets noticed. Not so flattered when so-called designers like Nick Munro start making money out of someone elses concept and artwork.. Six weeks only after the above post date stamp for Infinitude III, the Digital Mirror, Munro’s identikit ” Hide and Seek mirror” is out of production and on sale at John Lewis.. now at £190
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