Orr Marshall’s digital print Appearances, 30″ × 24″, will be shown in the Black & White Invitational at Empire Squared, during Arts Alive, Saturday October 3rd from 6 p.m. until around midnight (one night only). The Empire Squared gallery is at 47 West 3rd St., Eureka, CA. The print is based on frames from his film ROSENOSE.
When a friend of mine from Empire Squared gave me the entry form for this show I happened to be editing some film frames including the one I sent you as a thumbnail for the Films gallery, so I got the idea of putting together a sequence starting with that image.
Have you tried Photosynth? If you haven’t you might want to take a look. It’s a web application that stitches together digital photos in 3-D and then allows you to navigate them in 3-D. It’s the coolest technology I’ve seen from Microsoft in a long time. Unfortunately, it only works with Windows so far.
I just uploaded a synth of Orr’s exhibit, A Bridge to Japan, at the Morris Graves Museum just to try it out. There aren’t quite enough photos for them to all mesh completely but you can still see all of them if you change to grid view.
Take a look and let us know what you think!