From shooting pictures I envisioned new ways of creating art. I wanted to go beyond the basic photographic results and expand the possibilities.
I became interested in image sequencing: to be able to have different versions of a picture, repeated with slight or dramatic differences over a
long sequence. This is similar in some ways to some works done by the great Andy Warhol even though I never tried to mimic him. My conception
of sequencing image is more electronic, pixel based. In this respect, if I had to transpose this concept into sound, it would resemble patterns of
electronic music, where a short sequence of notes is repeated continuously with tonal variations achieved with resonant filters and effects. I also
have a passion for electronic music; but unfortunately I’m not a musician and cannot create good songs, I just enjoy listening to them. So, going
back to my image sequences, I decided to write a software that could sequence images while manipulating the matrix of Red, Green and Blue primary
colors. I created my first sequence with gradual variation and arranged the images in square grids for display. While I got interesting results I
wanted to push the boundaries further. I had experimented with geometric distortion and started to incorporate that into my compositions as well.
I’m now playing with different algorithms for distorting images. I work with available freeware or write my own filters for PS to obtain composite,
layered images that assembled together will create the resulting artwork.