Corey Eiseman
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Corey Eiseman is not satisfied with the world as it was handed down to him on May 25, 1976, in Miami, Florida.

He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with a concentration in drawing from the University of Central Florida in 1998. Graduated Summa Cum Laude.

His father died in January of 2001. The towers fall in September of the same year. These two events are like two hands rattling the cage that his mind was in.

http://toegristle.com/
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Fwd: TransCultural Exchange - "Shimmer" Art call


TRANSCULTURAL EXCHANGE -- CALL FOR BOSTON ARTS SHOW -- "SHIMMER" -
Deadline: June 1, 2006

The award-winning, non-profit international arts organization
TransCultural Exchange (http://www.transculturalexchange.org) is
reviewing slides to select innovative artists for future international
projects and, specifically, for the exhibition Shimmer at TransCultural
Exchange from November 1 to November 30. All media are acceptable,
including site-specific and interactive installations. TransCultural
Exchange will pay for insurance during the exhibition, exhibition
announcements, a modest brochure, opening reception, and web-site
documentation of the exhibition. Please send a maximum of 15
representative slides or a CD of 15 works (no minimum required), a
resume, optional statement, $15 review fee* and SASE to TransCultural
Exchange, 516 East Second Street, #30, Boston, MA 02127.
TransCultural Exchange uses paypal for review fees. Please see the
following webpages for more information:

http://www.transculturalexchange.org/participate_pages/shimmer_06.htm
or http://www.transculturalexchange.org/participate_docs/shimmer.pdf

Submission deadline is June 1, 2006.

TRANSCULTURAL EXCHANGE CALL FOR INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY

Dorothea Fleiss East West Artists Symposia and Residency: Deadline: May
1, 2006.

The award-winning, non-profit international arts organization
TransCultural Exchange (http://www.transculturalexchange.org) announces
a sponsored residency at the 6th annual Dorothea Fleiss East West
Artists Symposia and Residency from August 3 - 13, 2006 in Carei,
Romania. This 10 day international artist residency is open to artists
in all disciplines and includes modest housing, workspace, meals,
minimum materials and a $500 stipend to be used towards the artists'
airfare. The residency will culminate in an exhibition at the Municipal
Museum of Carei. (There are no residency fees, although the artist is
requested -- but not required -- to donate one work produced during the
residency to the Municipal Museum of Carei.) One to two artists will be
chosen to attend this residency, for which the remaining slots are by
invitation only. Additional artists will be chosen to participate in the
symposia's exhibition at the Municipal Museum of Carei. Submission
deadline is May 1. Please send a maximum of 15 slides or a CD of 15
works, SASE, resume, $15 review fee and optional statement to
TransCultural Exchange, 516 East Second Street, #30, Boston, MA 02127.
Email tce@transculturalexchange.org. TransCultural Exchange uses paypal
for review fees. Please see the following webpages for more information:

http://www.transculturalexchange.org/participate_pages/fleiss_06.htm
or http://www.transculturalexchange.org/participate_docs/fleiss.pdf

Submission deadline is May 1.

DISCUSSION

Re: a Sunday morning experiment


Hi Pall,

Thanks for the sample, very impressive. I did get a chuckle out of the
source, although... I don't know if you were planning on taking this any
further or just experimenting, but if you're looking to reduce the size
of the html without shrinking the dimensions of the source image, I'm
guessing you could put some of the repetitive css in a class to save a
significant number of bytes.. i.e. put this in the head of the page or
external style sheet:

.x { position:absolute; width:1px; height:1px; z-index:1; border: 1px
none #000000; }

then change the line that writes the div accordingly

print F "<div class=\"x\" style=\"left:".$i2."px; top:".$i."px;
background-color: #$hexRed$hexGreen$hexBlue; layer-background-color:
#$hexRed$hexGreen$hexBlue;\"></div>"

Maybe not as funny, but it would be nice to see larger images. Anyway,
great work and thanks again for sharing.

Cheers,

Corey Eiseman
http://toegristle.com/

Pall Thayer wrote:
> Hi Corey,
> I'm not running it as a CGI so it's not something to see "in action"
> but I put up a sample of the output here:
> http://pallit.lhi.is/~palli/myfile.html (take a look at the source,
> funny in a geek sort of way).
>
> I reduced the image by about half so it's now "only" 724 kb instead of
> 3.2 mb. The image is of my brother showing off his new Vox AC 30 (with
> a beautiful specimen of a Kustom head and cabinet in the background).
>
> If you don't know if you have GD installed, then you probably don't.
> The module is available on http://www.cpan.org You can also find a
> link to the GD library from there.
>
> Pall
>
> On 12.3.2006, at 12:28, toegristle wrote:
>
>> Hey Pall,
>> That sounds pretty awesome. Do you happen to have it running online
>> somewhere that we could see the results without installing it? I will
>> probably play around with it at some point (thanks for sharing the
>> code!) but don't know if I have time right now or GD installed for
>> that matter. But I'd love to see it in action. If not, no big deal,
>> thanks for sharing!
>>
>> Corey Eiseman
>> http://toegristle.com/
>>
>> Pall Thayer wrote:
>>> I'd like to share the results of a small experiment. I've been
>>> playing around with producing ascii images on the fly with Perl and
>>> I came up with the following idea; why not try making a pure html
>>> version of an image using 1X1 pixel sized divs with the background
>>> color set to the color of each pixel in the original image. Well, it
>>> works, kind of cool in a way BUT... the image I'm working with is a
>>> 12kb jpeg and the resulting html file is 3.2mb :-) hehe. Here's the
>>> script (needs GD and the GD perl module):
>>>
>>>
>>> #!/usr/bin/perl
>>> use GD;
>>> ## create the html file and open for writing
>>> $f = "myfile.html";
>>> open F, "> $f" or die "Can't open $f : $!";
>>> ## set the path for the image to use
>>> $filename = "/Users/palli/downloads/tryggvi.jpg";
>>> ## open the image with GD and determine the size
>>> $myImage = GD::Image->new($filename);
>>> ($width,$height) = $myImage->getBounds();
>>> ## open HTML tags
>>> print F "<html><body bgcolor=\"#ffffff\">";
>>> ## loop through every single pixel, determing color and write div
>>> for($i=0;$i<$height;$i++){
>>> for($i2=0;$i2<$width;$i2++){
>>> ## get current pixel
>>> $myIndex = $myImage->getPixel($i2, $i);
>>> ## get RGB values for current pixel
>>> ($myRed, $myGreen, $myBlue) = $myImage->rgb($myIndex);
>>> ## convert decimal values to hex
>>> $hexRed = sprintf("%2.2X", $myRed);
>>> $hexGreen = sprintf("%2.2X", $myGreen);
>>> $hexBlue = sprintf("%2.2X", $myBlue);
>>> ## write div with position to pixel position and background
>>> to pixel color
>>> print F "<div style=\"position:absolute; left:".$i2."px;
>>> top:".$i."px; width:1px; height:1px; z-index:1; background-color:
>>> #$hexRed$hexGreen$hexBlue; layer-background-color:
>>> #$hexRed$hexGreen$hexBlue; border: 1px none #000000;\"></div>"
>>> }
>>> }
>>> ## close html tags
>>> print F "</body></html>";
>>> ## close file
>>> close F;
>>> ## That's it, have fun!
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> --Pall Thayer
>>> p_thay@alcor.concordia.ca
>>> http://www.this.is/pallit
>>>
>>>
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