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propulsion painting series by evan roth. these are incredible

“FULL SCREEN

A group show on very big and very small screens! Wear art on your wrist!

Curated by Aram Bartholl

Vincent Broquaire, Jennifer Chan, Petra Cortright, Constant Dullaart, Oliver Laric, Sara Ludy, Raquel Meyers, Evan Roth, Rafaël Rozendaal, Paul Souviron, Addie Wagenknecht, Ai Weiwei

Save the date! Opening March 13, 2014

FULL SCREEN celebrates the evolution of the screen in its most extreme developments. Soon screens will disappear from our view and will be replaced by laser light projecting directly on our retina. Pixels in a rectangle will be history as a medium like oil painting as a media technique is history today. Ten internationally renowned artists will show screen based art works on a large LED screen and small smart watches at the same time. It’s time to go FULL SCREEN!”

Mach 14 - April 3 2014. Xpo gallery, Paris

http://www.xpogallery.com/

EVAN ROTH Next, Next, Next, 2014
lambda print face-mounted to acrylic, flush-mounted to Dibond in artist’s frame

“Digital media should be free and copied. That’s its natural state. It’s like water flowing.” - EVAN ROTH in ’On Screen and on the Block,’ The New York Times, May 30, 2014

Evan Roth’s practice visualizes and archives culture through unintended uses of technologies. Next, Next, Next is part of the “Multi-Touch Painting Series” in which Roth creates prints by performing routine tasks on multi-touch handheld computing devices. The piece comments on identity, the effects of convenience in computing, and how consumer devices are molding evolutionary behaviors and gestures.

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Evan-Roth :::: Multi-Touch Finger Paintings

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“Slide to unlock”


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“Launch Mail. Read Mail. Close Mail.”

/via Today and Tomorrow/

Another project by Evan Roth. Graffiti Analysis, Vienna 2010 shows sculptures generated from motion tracked graffiti data. And so we see a well known Viennese character, whose stare i’m happy to find on many walls all over the city, brought into the third dimension:::

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Graffiti Analysis: Sculpture from Evan Roth on Vimeo.