Hi-lites from the library..
Nic Party - DUST, silkscreened book.
Airbrush Sierra render
And classic Toyota brand-less ad both from the beautiful 'CARS of the 70's and 80's'
Invisible Might exhibition catalogue/poster, you cant read it in the image because the text is die cut into the white paper and printed with clear, iridescent inks but it says:
The art in this exhibition is very much a part of the science fiction-tinged technological experimentation that seemed for a period, perhaps from 1963 to 1973, between the reign of Pop and that of Minimalism- to be quite literally the art of the future. But partly on account of technical difficulties-those ancient IBM programs no longer function, those light bulbs are long discontinued- and partly on account of the aesthetic amnesia required for art to continue at all, most of the work of that era has vanished. Curiously, what has survived, as the works on exhibition here demonstrate, are relatively traditional objects made out of tangible materials, actual things that we may now fetishize as singular objects d'art but which were, in the context of their original creation, almost the by-products of an enormous, exciting amount of nontangible research and development. All the artists in this show were touched by this idea of scientific collaboration, most notably Turrell and Irwin, and their close joint researches within the Los Angeles County Museum's Art and Technology program. Hence this show would have had an entirely different meaning and alternative presentation in 1971, when instead of being identified as unique, almost "sacred" objects, these works would have been presented as part of an ongoing, nonmaterial process of perceptual inquiry.