In the mid-2000s I made a short digital film. This film is really a work of moving abstract art. The digital film was abstracted to become pure pixilated color and distorted sound sequences. This film, this project, is a complete embrace of the modern digital world. It takes what has been seen as the limitations of what constitutes digital, i.e. image pixilation and sound distortion, and has pushed these elements to the forefront to create a new form of art. This book collects together a series of stills from the project.
Artist's book 54 pages and 41 illustrations, with introduction by the artist, no pagination, images layout, and design by the artist.
Michael P. Toussaint is a designer, writer, artist, photographer, and creative experimenter. He currently resides in Denver, CO.
Abstracting & Erasing Published October 15, 2012
Past Moments, Old Dreams Published July 20, 2012
The Surface of the World Published March 01, 2012
Photomontages Published January 19, 2012
31 Details from a Photograph Published January 05, 2012