Dick Whyte
Works in Wellington New Zealand

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BIO
I have been making art since 1999 when I colored in half an A4 sheet of paper with a black vivid marker. In 2009, 10 years after starting to make art, I finally stumbled on the world of digital art which has invigorated my art production and opened a new world of possibilities.

My films, images and sculptures have been exhibited at many New Zealand galleries over years (Peter McLeavy Gallery, Corban Estate Art Center, Physics Room, 91 Aro Street, Enjoy Gallery, etc.). My digital works, however, have so far only been visible on the net.
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gltch


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gltch


Thanks Curt - damn, I thought I had got it right. What is the coding for posting an image or video?

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gltch


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John Cage - 4'33" [May '68 Comeback Special RECON] (2010) - Dick Whyte


Thankyou so much for posting my video here - much appreciated. It is part of a series of films which I am making called "reconstructions" or "RECONS" in which I reconstruct artworks using remakes posted on-line. I have completed two other RECONS to date:

Andy Warhol Eats a Hamburger, reconstructing the scene from Jorgen Leth's "66 Scenes from America" where Warhol eats a hamburger using remakes from YouTube: http://vimeo.com/14317171

The Death of the Author (Psycho RECON) in which I have reconstructed the famous shower scene from Hitchcock's Psycho shot for shot from remakes on YouTube: http://vimeo.com/14235738

I am working on some longer RECON projects presently. Thanks again for featuring this!!!!!

All the best-
Dick Whyte

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Norman McLaren: Synchromie. Musique Optique at WRO Art Center on Vernissage TV


I have a funny relationship to Mclaren's work, but this has to be one of my favorite abstract films of all time. The relationship between sound and image is just perfect.