2003-2004

MicroImage


Casey Reas
MicroImage
2003
Commercial printing on plastic
5 x 2.8 meters
Three large format prints derived from the MicroImage software

Articulate


Casey Reas
Articulate
2003
Software
Structure emerges through the interactions of autonomous elements.
See: http://www.abstraction-now.at/the-online-project/?a=reas

Conditional


Casey Reas
Conditional
2003
Internet
Navigating unformed thoughts. A commision from Receiver Magazine.

Mediation


Casey Reas
Mediation
2003
Animation on DVD
720x480 pixels
Still image from the animation
Mediating the relationship between a photograph and its viewer by systematically obscuring all representational and symbolic content and replacing it with an empty surface. A compilation of five, two minute animations.
See a short movie: http://www.groupc.net/2002/mediation/movie.html

TI


Casey Reas
TI
2004
Installation with software, computer and projection
(Photo by Robert Downs at BANK gallery)
Aggregate layers of abstraction remove every trace of systemic complexity, revealing a living surface. Structured form emerges from the results of thousands of local interactions between autonomous elements.
See a short movie: http://reas.com/media/ti_s.mov

TI


Detail
Casey Reas
TI
2004
Installation with software, computer and projection
Detail

SeoulB


Casey Reas
SeoulB
2004
Software
1024x768 pixels
Commissioned by W Hotel, Seoul
Still image from a live interaction with the software
Semi-automatic drawing machines. Participants draw automated software elements onto a screen with their fingers. These elements continue to interact with each other, creating subpatterns in the macropatterns created through drawing.

Images for 18 musicians


Casey Reas
Images for 18 musicians
2004
Still image from live performance
Live software performance for Steve Reich's Music for 18 Musicians. Originally performed at the 2004 Ars Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria.
See a short movie: http://reas.com/media/imagesfor18_s.mov

Image Phase


Casey Reas
Image Phase
2004
DVD
Still image from animation
17'33" animation for Steve Reich's Piano Phase. Published by the Ars Electronica Center.