Sometimes when I want to relax, or kill time while a video file is rendering, I’ll just start working on a cosmic-looking digital doodle. I create these using a variety of picture tubes, filters, geometric effects and colorization. Oftentimes they’ll sit around until I decide to use one as a background, or incorporate it into another piece of art.
This week’s art is an example of this, cranked out Sunday afternoon while I was waiting for the hi-res version of the Kentuckiana video to render.
Click to see it bigger.
Meanwhile, Monday at on The AIR, this week our Haversham Recording Institute friends are still busy providing translation services for The Olympics. We will be running encore plays of recent episodes of Prognosis, Psychedelic Shack and Sydney’s Big Electric Cat until next week, when they are hopeful that they’ll be back with brand-new episodes. This afternoon you can hear Nigel Pye’s Psychedelic Shack at 2 PM and Herman Linte with Prognosis at 3 PM.
At 7 PM tune in for a Monday Marathon of the first four three-hour episodes of Radio Free Charleston, from January of last year.
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