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Come and Go, CNC machined plastic, ink, water, pump, 27x73x27 inches, 2017
Photo by Tressa Pack

This is a plastic relief that is cyclically filled and then drained of tinted water. The depth of the water sets the intensity at that point. When the entire relief is overfilled, the image is dark. As it drains, the image begins to break down, as more and more white plastic is visible. The video is a timelapse, played at 32x actual. 

  Typhoon I , Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 60x38x2", 2017

Typhoon I, Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 60x38x2", 2017

  Typhoon II , Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 72x49x2", 2017

Typhoon II, Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 72x49x2", 2017

  Overcast  (with  Tressa Pack ), Water, ink, plastic, 40x28x1/2", 2016  A layer of tinted water over a machined plastic relief. The depth of the water determines how much white plastic shows through, creating a grayscale image.   Video documentation:   https://vimeo.com/173106727

Overcast (with Tressa Pack), Water, ink, plastic, 40x28x1/2", 2016

A layer of tinted water over a machined plastic relief. The depth of the water determines how much white plastic shows through, creating a grayscale image. 

Video documentation:

https://vimeo.com/173106727

Affine: Collecting Crystals (by Michael Koehle and Camilla Newhagen), 32 seconds, 2012

Slit scan effect applied to stop motion video. With Camilia Newhagen.

Waves of the Steely Sea #1, 49 seconds, 2013

The video is developed from a CT scan of a 3D printed model (title image). Each frame of the video is a slice of the CT scan that has been averaged with the slices preceding it. The concluding frame of the video would be identical to taking an x-ray of the model from directly above.

Come and Go, CNC machined plastic, ink, water, pump, 27x73x27 inches, 2017
Photo by Tressa Pack

This is a plastic relief that is cyclically filled and then drained of tinted water. The depth of the water sets the intensity at that point. When the entire relief is overfilled, the image is dark. As it drains, the image begins to break down, as more and more white plastic is visible. The video is a timelapse, played at 32x actual. 

Typhoon I, Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 60x38x2", 2017

Typhoon II, Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 72x49x2", 2017

Overcast (with Tressa Pack), Water, ink, plastic, 40x28x1/2", 2016

A layer of tinted water over a machined plastic relief. The depth of the water determines how much white plastic shows through, creating a grayscale image. 

Video documentation:

https://vimeo.com/173106727

Affine: Collecting Crystals (by Michael Koehle and Camilla Newhagen), 32 seconds, 2012

Slit scan effect applied to stop motion video. With Camilia Newhagen.

Waves of the Steely Sea #1, 49 seconds, 2013

The video is developed from a CT scan of a 3D printed model (title image). Each frame of the video is a slice of the CT scan that has been averaged with the slices preceding it. The concluding frame of the video would be identical to taking an x-ray of the model from directly above.

  Come and Go,  CNC machined plastic, ink, water, pump, 27x73x27 inches, 2017 Photo by Tressa Pack  This is a plastic relief that is cyclically filled and then drained of tinted water. The depth of the water sets the intensity at that point. When the entire relief is overfilled, the image is dark. As it drains, the image begins to break down, as more and more white plastic is visible. The video is a timelapse, played at 32x actual. 
  Typhoon I , Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 60x38x2", 2017
  Typhoon II , Inkjet print on laser cut paper on panel, 72x49x2", 2017
  Overcast  (with  Tressa Pack ), Water, ink, plastic, 40x28x1/2", 2016  A layer of tinted water over a machined plastic relief. The depth of the water determines how much white plastic shows through, creating a grayscale image.   Video documentation:   https://vimeo.com/173106727
  Affine: Collecting Crystals  (by Michael Koehle and Camilla Newhagen), 32 seconds, 2012  Slit scan effect applied to stop motion video. With  Camilia Newhagen .
  Waves of the Steely Sea #1 , 49 seconds, 2013  The video is developed from a CT scan of a 3D printed model (title image). Each frame of the video is a slice of the CT scan that has been averaged with the slices preceding it. The concluding frame of the video would be identical to taking an x-ray of the model from directly above.