Richard Dyck, Untitled, 2007 (in progress), photograph rendered as a virtual mesh, real-time digital media

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Richard Dyck, Untitled, 2007 (in progress), photograph rendered as a virtual mesh, real-time digital media

Richard Dyck


Richard Dyck began making art by writing computer games and collaborating with other artists to produce interactive digital works, either disc-based or as gallery-spanning installations. Eventually he began using a flatbed scanner as a camera, scanning home, gallery, office and library interiors, farm animals and the interior of beehives and other artworks. Currently fascinated by 3D digital technology, Dyck uses this medium in Show + Tell to geometrically render meaningful representations of the other participating artistsí artworks in real-time, just as a PlayStation or XBox does for video games. Dyck imagines these representations as interactive exhibition illuminations that physically engage gallery visitors with art in a virtual realm.


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