Posts from the ‘computer’ category

InceptionCam app.


Inceptioncam lets you insert an image onto another one with a state-of-the-art Augmented reality function. Twist your phone, switch between front- and backcamera or choose one from your image library. Once inserted, you can resize, crop, rotate, mirror your images and much more. There’s no limit to your inceptive creativity.

Whether you’re a student or artist looking to showcase your work, a professional looking to attract clients, or a graphic artist looking to exhibit your projects in real-time, this app is the perfect starting point! Download the app and start sharing your collages.

Couleur Minute, 1990

Couleur minute, 1990
computer, monitor, software / ordinateur, écran, logiciel

A monochrome color is displayed on the computer screen and changes each minute.

Couleur Minute online version (revisited version)
Thanks to Matthieu Cherubini for the adaptation.
The link open a new page, use fullscreen mode for the best presentation.



Sur Seurat, 1994

The series “Sur Seurat”, 1994, was made using an HP Deskwriter 500C.
Various images of paintings of Georges Seurat (1859 – 1891) were scanned, reduced in a small version and printed in the worst quality.


HP Deskwriter 500C – 1991 – The first Deskwriter to offer color printing as an option, using interchangeable black and tri-color (CYM) pigment-based inkjet print cartridges.
This system offered the same print quality and speed as the original Deskwriter. Priced at $1,095.

Twenty Years of Innovation: HP Deskjet Printers 1988 – 2008

Georges Seurat (1859–1891),
Model in Profile (study for Poseuses) (1887),
oil on wood, 24 x 14.6 cm,
Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Wikimedia Commons.


Georges Seurat (1859–1891),
Alfalfa fields (1885-86),
oil on canvas, 65 x 81.3 cm,
Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, UK.


Georges Seurat (1859–1891),
Model from the Back (study for Poseuses) (1887),
oil on wood, 24.4 x 15.7 cm,
Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Wikimedia Commons.


Georges Seurat (1859–1891),
Model Standing (study for Poseuses) (1887),
oil on wood, 26 x 17.2 cm,
Musée d’Orsay, Paris. Wikimedia Commons.



EZ models Videosculptures


“The BBQ”, 2000 | Video, 2’52 (endless loop)


“Chalet II (Chamonix)”, 2005 | Video, 4’49 (endless loop)


“Olbert’s Farm”, 2007 | Video, 2’53 (endless loop)