Saturday 5th May, 2012
4:00pm to 4:45pm
How Sinclair's computers and software made a lasting impression on this successful digital artist.
UK based artist working with light and code bio from Twitter
Alex May is an international digital artist working with light emitting technologies, computer programming, math, power tools, and physical objects as a canvas to create hybrid collisions of images and unexpected context. His work uncovers and explores new artistic mediums that offer joyful extensions of the human experiences at best, and darkly invasive and upsetting self-reflection as its shadow. Alex is a visiting research fellow: artist in residence at Hertfordshire University and head of Projective Geometry at The Institute of Unnecessary Research. His first computer was a Sinclair ZX81 that didn't work properly. www.bigfug.com
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