Blog Archive for Tag: tv-filter


June 17, 2008

A nice clerical variation of Pixelator. TV-Filter is also mentioned within a series of related pixel pieces on antiadvertisingagency.com

Posterchild takes Round 4 on the ongoing alteration of the HD screens installed over subway entrances in New York. Building on the Pixelator, Posterchild goes a more devout route with a stained glass effect. “Hold Fast Sell Out” was built with 1/2 inch melamine, screwed together and coated with diffusion material – rather impressive construction.

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iPod Touch pixelizer

February 24, 2008

Franko Dodonpa made an effort and built an 5×8 pixel iPod Touch filter. Very nice!

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Pixelator inspired by TV-Filter

April 8, 2007

Pixelator is a nice project using my TV-Filter idea to transform public advertisment displays into street art. It is an honor that people are inspired by my work. Thx for mentioning my TV-Filter, Jason! Pixelator looks great in public space!
“Pixelator is an unauthorized on-going video art performance collaboration with the New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority, Clear Channel Communications, and its selected artists.
Since 2003, the MTA has made available for exhibition purposes 80 LED screens located at subway entrances across New York City. Unfortunately, the high cost of exhibiting (an estimated $274,000 per month per screen) prevents most artists from having access to these facilities. While the MTA’s effort to create more opportunities for video art exhibition in public spaces is to be commended, selected works remain wholly fixated on commercial goods and media conglomerate events, a short-sighted curatorial choice that regrettably ignores the full potential of these promising exhibition spaces.
In an attempt to broaden the scope of MTA’s video art series, Pixelator takes video pieces currently on display and diffuses them into a pleasant array of 45 blinking, color-changing squares. Since the project is an anonymous collaboration, the resulting video is almost entirely unplanned and unanticipated, with the original artists helping to create new works of art without any knowledge of their participation.
(Translation: Pixelator turns those ugly, blinding video billboard ads into art.)”

Pixelator from Jason Eppink on Vimeo.

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