I actually first thought of the idea of lines in space in 1966. Read more »
In recent years early computer art has received attention as more art historians trace its beginnings. Their focus seems to be on the procedures which gives computer art an identity. Read more »
3d raster graphics software and pixels offers the capability to represent solid surfaces. While I usually create solid surfaces, I still find the graphic quality of lines has an appeal to me. Read more »
I find scale can make a big difference in my appreciation of some images. This is especially true in cases where three dimensional perspective plays a role. Looking at a monitor at about 80 dpi is not enough. Two years ago I had the above image printed at 8 x 6 feet and it was a surprise to me at the impact. The lines look like they are literally floating in space towards the viewer. You become immersed into the space. The file for the large print was about 1-2 gigabytes because the resolution was 28,800 x 21,600 pixels. That was 300 dpi.