As I mentioned last Friday, I am in the midst of a heat-induced period of Myasthenia Gravis being a dick to me. As such, I did not even attempt to create any real-world art this week. What you see above is 100% digital, created by pushing around a mouse and hitting keys. It’s one of my geometric abstracts, which, to be honest, I can pretty much knock out in my sleep after doing them for close to twenty years. I decided to use a mix of bold primary and secondary colors and now that I’ve done it, I think it might look better animated.

Maybe later.

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 for the next few weeks. This afternoon you can hear Nigel Pye’s Psychedelic Shack at 2 PM and Herman Linte with Prognosis at 3 PM.

At 7 PM, partly because today’s art looks a little like a Disco ball, tune in for 12 hours of the best of MIRRORBALL, hosted by Mel Larch.

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