The web is full of tiny, unobtrusive art gems just waiting to be discovered. One is Douglas Bagnall's '12,800,000 Views of the South Island and Taranaki,' a hand-drawn landscape that is literally configurable 12,800,000 different ways. Click on the buttons below the landscape to view some prefab views (city, suburb, seascape). Click on the 'autopaint' button to generate random views. Or click parts of the image itself to modify them. No tactical media. No allusions to Duchamp. Just 12,800,000 views of the South Island and Taranaki. - Curt Cloninger
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