ROY-G-BIV II (2002)

ROY-G-BIV II is an ongoing video project, first realized in October of 2002. The work investigates the notions of space and how we as visual consumers navigate our way through mediated images and experiences. ROY-G-BIV II utilizes antiquated super 8 film
footage, which is then translated digitally. In this piece, Scranton addresses issues of authorship, identity and perception. ROY-G-BIV II ROY-G-BIV II examines and critiques notions of memory, childhood and nostalgia.

"This visually successful experiment explores simplification and graphical minimalism by means of algorithmic creation. The artist removes the
complexity of naturalistic imagery and translates
the result into a pictographic motion picture that appears almost automatically in a very simple and time-efficient manner. � Christian Moeller

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ROY-G-BIV II is an ongoing video project, first realized in October of 2002. The work investigates the notions of space and how we as visual consumers navigate our way through mediated images and experiences. ROY-G-BIV II utilizes antiquated super 8 film
footage, which is then translated digitally. In this piece, Scranton addresses issues of authorship, identity and perception. ROY-G-BIV II ROY-G-BIV II examines and critiques notions of memory, childhood and nostalgia.

"This visually successful experiment explores simplification and graphical minimalism by means of algorithmic creation. The artist removes the
complexity of naturalistic imagery and translates
the result into a pictographic motion picture that appears almost automatically in a very simple and time-efficient manner. � Christian Moeller

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Artist Statement

ROY-G-BIV II is an ongoing video project, first realized in October of 2002. The work investigates the notions of space and how we as visual consumers navigate our way through mediated images and experiences. ROY-G-BIV II utilizes antiquated super 8 film
footage, which is then translated digitally. In this piece, Scranton addresses issues of authorship, identity and perception. ROY-G-BIV II ROY-G-BIV II examines and critiques notions of memory, childhood and nostalgia.

"This visually successful experiment explores simplification and graphical minimalism by means of algorithmic creation. The artist removes the
complexity of naturalistic imagery and translates
the result into a pictographic motion picture that appears almost automatically in a very simple and time-efficient manner.

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