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Infinite Scroll (#ColorFeed no 6.)

Infinite Scroll (#ColorFeed no 6.)

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Published: 2020
Number of Artist Proofs: 2
Resolution: 1920 × 1080 px
File Format: mp4
File Size: 112.1 MB
Duration: 0 min 48 sec

'Infinite Scroll' is an abstract animation based on the functionality pioneered by Twitter (and since adopted by other platforms) that creates a seemingly endless flow of digital content. This navigation paradigm is one of social media's more addictive features. Whereas colorfield paintings explored color over the surface of large canvases, this artwork explores color through the navigation of virtual space. It is part of an ongoing series called #colorfeeds.

Jeremy Rotsztain

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Jeremy Rotsztain (b. 1977 in Toronto, Canada) is an artist and software programmer working with computer graphics to explore new modes of abstraction—across video installations, virtual reality worlds, mobile phone applications, and digital prints. Jeremy holds a Master's degree from the Interact...

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