Diagram of Isolated Moments Forming a Memory from Adam Chapman on Vimeo.
What is it about stuff that slowly morphs into other stuff? Maybe it's just me, but I find it endlessly fascinating, so it would follow that I would dig Adam Chapman's 2-hour, 50 portrait moving drawing. This from the site:
"Diagram of Isolated Moments Forming a Memory is a work from 2008-2009 that explores creating portraits through drawings. By applying programmatic rules, Adam is able to make colored lines and shapes move into portraits of close friends and family. Over 150 portraits are generated, and a complete two-hour cycle will render 50 portraits. The works are framed and mounted like traditional drawings."
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