Thanks to See|me my artwork was displayed on the biggest billboard in Times Square New York on July 24th 2014.
The two artworks shown in this image:
I am proud to present my new digital edition print MANBOX poster.
Complete version now available on YouTube.
View of the gallery showing the media viewing screen currently showing Head Plate, The Palace of Culture.
We’re gearing up for the big Creatives Rising event on Saturday, featuring inspiring artwork by thousands of See.Me members, including YOU!
Your artwork will be projected onto a massive skyscraper. It will also be viewable on flatscreen monitors in the See.Me Exhibition Space.
Your image is scheduled to be projected on the skyscraper at 6:58.
Please note, this is an approximate time. Plan to get there at least 10-15 minutes beforehand, and keep in mind that your image may not appear for up to 10-15 minutes after your allotted time.
Images will appear in alphabetical order by last name. Over the course of the event, each artist’s image will appear once on the skyscraper.
Inside the See.Me Exhibition Space, your image will be shown on the following screen:
The screens in the See.Me Exhibition Space will also be showing artwork in alphabetical order by last name. These screens will be on a one-hour loop (approximately).
Check out more information about the event, including directions to the projection gardens and the See.Me Exhibition Space, at https://www.see.me/rising
The address of the See.Me exhibition space is:
26-19 Jackson Ave.
Long Island City, NY
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Hope to see you on Saturday!
Play at Fullscreen and TURN UP THE VOLUME!
Scratchy Super 8 circa 1982
Super 8 mm colour film shot in Liverpool in or around 1982. The film is a documentation of a performance event, but it came back from processing underexposed. I took a craft knife and scratched along the entire length of the film. This was tele-cined onto VHS in 1986 at the Guildford Video Workshop, re-edited with slow motion effects and set to a New Order track. This new version uploaded to youTube was submitted as a video response to the NIN Ghosts Film Festival.
For those of us who didn’t get to visit the exhibition at
26-19 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, Queens
New York, NY 11101
Until 10th September 2013.
Hi Michael, Congratulations again on your inclusion in our current digital exhibition, The Story of the Creative. A number of artists have asked to see which images we selected. Below, please find links to the images of yours that are included in the exhibition: