Gyricon

by Adam Fearon

Gyricon

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£14.99
Gyricon is a unique and novel artist publication created by Adam Fearon specifically with an eink reader and .mobi file format in mind. Gyricon means 'turning light' in Greek and is the name first given to a prototype of eInk technology developed by Nicholas Sheridon at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) during the 1970s. Across several distinct sections the work explores Fearon's on-going interest in surface, representation and the use and reuse of works of art in a formally curious investigation of eink's potentials.
About the book

Gyricon is a unique and novel artist publication created by Adam Fearon specifically with an eink reader and .mobi file format in mind. Gyricon means 'turning light' in Greek and is the name first given to a prototype of eInk technology developed by Nicholas Sheridon at Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) during the 1970s. Across several distinct sections the work explores Fearon's on-going interest in surface, representation and the use and reuse of works of art in a formally curious investigation of eink's potentials.