FRANK GILLETTE: DIGITAL IMAGES, 1994-1999
Everson Museum of Art
Syracuse, NY USA United States of America

Since 1991, Manhattan-based artist Frank Gillette has
worked in a virtual studio, becoming proficient on a
high-end computer with allied scanners, archival storage
systems, monitors, and printers. During the subsequent
years, he has created over 300 pictures by these means.
For his solo show at the Everson, the artist will exhibit
digitally-composed work created during the past five years,
including 24 large-scale Iris prints and 12 smaller ink-
jet prints. In addition, an installation of three CD-ROM
projection systems will convey 150 images created by the
artist in calibrated sequences on wall-hung plasma
display screens, 52 by 30 inches each.

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND EXACT DATES:

http://absolutearts.com/cgi-bin/news/elaborate.cgi?find=732
-----------------------------------------------------------
"Frank Gillette: Digital Images, 1994-1999"
1999-10-01 until 2000-02-13
Everson Museum of Art
Syracuse, NY
USA United States of America