Generative Art Project: James Pricer's Brain Brushes

Why does the gallery call this "The Third Person"? Because the artist created a generative video painting, then created six digital brushes – each containing a visual element pulled from that same video. Now a second person can paint a new, unique work using those brushes. "The new image, a mind merge, is the creation of an incorporeal third person." Heady stuff, in a vibrant, new-media environment. Stop by to paint with brushes made of brain data and create your own third-person generative video art; it's a perfect activity, after all, for 4/20.
Past date: Sat., April 20, noon-7pm
1621 E. Sixth #1107, 917/523-1512
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