HyperScape I – single screen version (2003)
I have been saying “when I’m 50” for so long, it seemed like it was never going to happen. And then suddenly it’s been and gone.
I made it. #bolamis50
I have two shows running until 5th June 2014, “HyperScape X” at Access Space and “Stained by Dead Inkjets” at the Rutland Arms, conveniently located opposite each other on Brown Street, Sheffield, UK.
HyperScape X is a three-screen generative work that imperceptibly changes from one state to another. The images are made of composites from images I hand-drew in the late 1990s using the Macintosh software Aldus SuperPaint 3.5.
You can see it running in the background in this timelapse video of the opening evening.
There is also a small museum exhibit in the foyer made up of earlier HyperScape works and other work and artefacts contemporary with it.
Artefacts from the 1990s.
“Stained by Dead Inkjets” is a series of 33 new paper collages made from old work and spoiled prints. Prints of some of the images used in HyperScape X also appear in these collages. 14 of them are on display at the Rutland Arms, and two of the collages are part of the “Process” show on at Cupola Contemporary Art in Hillsborough, Sheffield, UK until 24th May. All the collages are for sale at £49.99 each (including frame, carriage extra).
Stained by Dead Inkjets – collage #28 (title tbc)