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Recent Work 2014
Kinetic Collage Project uses code via Processing open source software as a drawing tool and means to create both static and dynamic works. Output includes onscreen images, print-outs and a proposal for wall projections.

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View more images from Kinetic Collage Project HERE

View screencast videos from Kinetic Collage Project HERE

Sandra Crisp: Kinetic_Array_3 ink jet print Size: A3+ (330mm x 483 mm) Somerset Enhanced (Velvet) 100% cotton archival paper

Sandra Crisp: Kinetic_Array_3 ink jet print Size: A3+ (330mm x 483 mm)
Somerset Enhanced (Velvet) 100% cotton archival paper

Sandra Crisp studied MA Printmaking Wimbledon School of Art, London. She now works mainly with digital media, including moving image projects and large-format digital collage. Her approach is ‘low-tech’ and practice takes place within small corners of image editing, animation or video process (off-the shelf/ ubiquitous, and free). Projects use screen-based images that are continually cut & pasted, recycled, re-drawn and erased over time.  Sandra lives and works in London.

  New on the blog

‘Manipulating the Media’, Spring 2014 edition,  Printmaking Today, an article based around recent large format digital prints.

Explores the artist’s working process with digital media based around a recent video project ‘Tales From the City (1 minute)’

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