The videos below give a facsimile of what my ‘motionpaintings’ might look like in a gallery or museum setting.  If Ultra-Short Throw projectors are used, the work can be seen on a large scale and in more or less broad daylight.

Click on the video to play the gallery or museum simulation; click on the specific name below the image to view the specific artwork on my Vimeo site.

STRIPED NUDE CUBED (Ver 4), GALLERY SIMULATION,  2021.

BLACK QUINTET, GALLERY SIMULATION.  2020-21.

5th MOTIONPAINTING (OF “5 QT MOTIONPAINTINGS”), GALLERY SIMULATION.

“5 QT MOTIONPAINTINGS” GALLERY SIMULATION.  2020-21.

3rd MOTIONPAINTING (OF “5 QT MOTIONPAINTINGS”), GALLERY SIMULATION.  2020-21.

3 QT (3 MOTIONPAINTINGS) GALLERY SIMULATION SEGMENT.  2020-21

“2 RECOMBINANTS” GALLERY SIMULATION.  2021

“QT SQUARE 2 SIDE PANELS” on left; “2 RECOMBINANTS” on right.  2020 – 21.  GALLERY SIMULATION.

LARGE STRIPED NUDE – Ver 3 (GALLERY SIMULATION), m.o.s., 2021

STRIPED NUDE – Ver 2  (GALLERY SIMULATION), m.o.s., 2021

Gallery simulation of 05201X3 Triptych.  Meant for continuous viewing and large screen projections.  m.o.s., 2021.  To view individual motionpaintings, click on major motionpaintings menu.

“Isabelle’s Hat” on left and “Feet & Fingers (for Claude)” on right.  Motionpainting simulations.  2021.

“She Championed…” motionpainting is meant for large screen projection and continuous viewing.  Depending on size of projection, two ultra-short throw projectors may be necessary.  Vimeo has audio.  2021.

John Serkin Portrait (Vizzie Gray Version).    Meant for large screen projection in semi-darkened space or daylight if projection allows for deep blacks.  Audio should very low level and used as ambient sound.  2021

From left to right: John Serkin Portrait (Pale Ver 2), John Serkin Portrait – Original, John Serkin Portrait (Vizzie Final), John Serkin Portrait (Yellow BK m.o.s.), John Serkin Portrait (Ver 1 – Face Layer)Note that the size for these 5 motionpaintings is variable (i.e., each can be viewed as large screen projections, or on appropriate tv monitors.  For exhibition purposes, note that the “John Serkin Portrait (Pale Ver 2)” is created to incorporate a ‘live’ video feed from a Raspberry pi (or similar) camera aimed at the ‘room/viewer’ and integrated in the central square through the use of Millumin software.

John Serkin Portrait (Ver 8 Disparate – White BK).  Meant for large screen projection in semi-darkened space or daylight if projection allows for deep blacks.  Audio should very low level and used as ambient sound.  2021

John Serkin (Ver 9 Alternate) Meant for large screen projection in semi-darkened space or daylight if projection allows for deep blacks.  Audio should very low level and used as ambient sound.  2021

On left:  John Serkin Portrait (Ver 9 Alternate), on right:  John Serkin Portrait (Ver 1 – Face Layer).   Meant for large screen projection in semi-darkened space or daylight if projection allows for deep blacks.  Audio should very low level and used as ambient sound.  2021

John Serkin Portrait (Vizzie Gray Ver).  Meant for large screen projection in semi-darkened space or daylight if projection allows for deep blacks.  Audio should very low level and used as ambient sound.  2021

From left to right: “Vis a Vis (Circles)”; “Vis a Vis (11) Stage 4”, “Vis a Vis (16)”, “Vis a Vis (11) Stage 11″. These motionpaintings are meant to be seen as a group in large format using Ultra Short Throw projection. Audio is an important part of these works and should be played at a low ambient level (audio in “Vis a Vis (Circles)” should be featured).

Christopher Andreasson motionpainting portraits (Gallery simulation) – wide version on left, vertical version on right.  2020.

Gallery simulation – left to right:  Tony Checchia, 2012; Joel Bernstein, 2019.

Gallery simulation – left to right:  “Young Man Sits (single screen)” 2008;  “Michael Hanish Portrait”  2018

Gallery simulation “Quartet for the End of Covid”.  left to right:  “Here’s Looking At You”, “Here’s Looking At You, Dark”, “Here’s Looking At You, Mauve”, “Red Square”.  m.o.s. 2020.

Gallery simulation #1: “Red Cross (with Meme Perretier)” & “Linda Moyse Portrait (diptych)” motionpainting fragments.

 
 

Gallery Simulation #2: “Blanche Honegger Moyse” on left; “Mara Williams” on right

Gallery Simulation #3: “Mamonet (Self Portrait)”, “Dan Sable”, “Carol Wincenc” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #4: “SlamLink”, “Self Portrait TIBETAN”, “Just Kidding”, “Sadie Holliday” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #5: “SantaFe”, “Toby Frank Portrait (single screen) motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #6: “Intentions (Single Screen)”, “Green Ivy (3 Screen)”, “Same As Not” motionpainting fragments.

Gallery Simulation #7:  “Waive Goodbye” & “Spring, 2005” motionpainting fragments.

9 MOTIONPAINTING (2002) – GALLERY SIMULATION.  To view the motionpaintings, access the OLDER MOTIONPAINTINGS (SD – 2002) page.

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