6.3

by Kelvin Smith

Images manipulated by extended pointillism: dots, pixels, screened, digitized, still and moving, silent and voiced, extend creative text and illustration from printed page to almost everywhere.

Text and vision, held together in the publishing, exploded in the hyperspaces, tentacled not textured, no longer captured by a caption, not single or small, no longer in time, not a portion or percentage, but encompassing not selecting a wholer than whole rational unrationedness.

Images are projected as contradictions of poverty on the wealthy edifices of the world city, while portraits and cameo shots for the family album are pre-censored by image deniers.