Posts tagged scott kim

"input/output" by scott kim

For Input/Output, an exhibition of computer art curated by Lucia Grossberger Morales for the Siggraph ‘85 computer graphics conference. What goes in, must go out! In 1985 the Macintosh computer was new and I was just starting to explore what you could do with short animation loops on the computer screen. The images were drawn in MacPaint and animated in a prototype animation program called Fellini.

"input/output" by scott kim

For Input/Output, an exhibition of computer art curated by Lucia Grossberger Morales for the Siggraph ‘85 computer graphics conference. What goes in, must go out! In 1985 the Macintosh computer was new and I was just starting to explore what you could do with short animation loops on the computer screen. The images were drawn in MacPaint and animated in a prototype animation program called Fellini.

"infinity" by scott kim

"infinity" by scott kim

"origami (english/japanese)" by scott kim (1988)

(…) The four letters RIGA in the middle of ORIGAMI form the two Chinese characters which are called ORI and GAMI in Japanese. ORI means “to fold,” and is composed of the characters for hand and ax. GAMI means “paper,” and is composed the characters for silk and family. (…) [source]

"origami (english/japanese)" by scott kim (1988)

(…) The four letters RIGA in the middle of ORIGAMI form the two Chinese characters which are called ORI and GAMI in Japanese. ORI means “to fold,” and is composed of the characters for hand and ax. GAMI means “paper,” and is composed the characters for silk and family. (…) [source]