STATION ROSE: Amiga-Blue-Red-2 augmented on Alu Dibond

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Print on Alu-Dibond, 1988/2019

30×40 cm

Edition: 10 + 1 AP

Featuring Augmented Reality (Artivive App)

Delivery time: Two weeks

Amiga Blue Red is a new augmented work by STATION ROSE from 2019, which was created for the exhibition When Art Expands Reality at CAS Campus, Karlsruhe, Germany.

Based on the STATION ROSE occupation with their early digital work (1987-1996), a current work was created, which was regenerated from the new work originally captured at the Commodore Amiga Computer in 1988. This was drawn by Elisa Rose in the program DPaint. The work was created for an installation and performance at the Museum Ludwig Köln in 1988. The image is currently still available on floppy disk, and has now been transported to the present time with an emulator. From there, it was sent in the iPad through various apps, and put together in several 3-d layers in the Artivive app. The image is fanned out in space, and gives another 3D level besides the real world; the reduced aesthetics of the 256 colors remain intact.

Gary Danner’s music composition is Jazz à la STATION ROSE: complex, without any compelling rhythm, harmoniously layered, … and a bit stressful.

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Dimensions 40 × 30 cm


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