Stephen Dubois Yang

London, United Kingdom

Rhythm and Metric No.2

Nowadays, we use pixels as metric for computer graphic. 1 pixel by 1 pixel is the minimum metric unit for computer screen. Different metrics can change our perception of information.

This series of videos present a panned and zoomed Rembrandt van Rijn's The Night Watch by using 96x1 pixels, 48x2 pixels, 24x4 pixels as the minimum metric unit, as part of the endless metric possibilities.

This No.2 version is using 48x2 pixel as the minimum metric unit. The practice was inspired by Garhard Richter's book: Patterns. Divided - Mirrored - Repeated, and his painting.

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Rhythm and Metric No.2by Stephen Dubois Yang
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Rhythm and Metric No.2
Stephen Dubois Yang
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February 24, 2018
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