Sunday, 20 March 2011

Studio Views: White Noise

Completed work in the studio

Today work was completed on a new drawing in the series Signal to White Noise Ratio. The piece is a intricate rendering of the visual interference generated by repeatedly photocopying the same image, in this case a small, hand-drawn graphite square. The work is executed in graphite on paper and measures 120 x 120 cm.

Top: Signal to White Noise Ratio (2011)  / Below: Signal to White Noise Ratio (Detail)

Monday, 7 March 2011

Project News: Hybrid on TBC Online Project Space

Charley Peters Ghosts (2011)

The latest issue of TBC's 12-Pages publication is now available at Featuring work from TBC Artists' Collective, associates and from open submission, participants were asked to respond to the theme of 'Hybrid'.

Concerned with issues of hybridity between analogue and digital methods of producing artworks, and hybrid words, which combine etymologically Latin and Greek parts, my work Ghosts (2011), is a series of three digital halftone drawings of analogue television static. The word 'television' is derived from a hybrid Latin and Greek origin meaning 'far sight': Greek 'tele', far, and Latin 'visio', sight.

Hybrid is online now.