primary secondary noise

Two drizzle outcomes will be exhibited from Friday this week. Each outcome was made by drizzling acrylic paint onto shredded financial receipts on a reclaimed frame and panel. I consider the two outcomes to be one diptych, but they can equally be seen as individual. From one perspective, noise becomes code.

primary noise © revad david riley
primary noise © revad david riley
secondary noise © revad david riley
secondary noise © revad david riley

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2 thoughts on “primary secondary noise

    1. Thanks Robin. The way the paint flowed over the fluted frames was a gift. Flowing and spreading at the same time. Paint running sideways was fun to watch. I have a couple of smaller frames with the same profile and I will be making use of them very soon.

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