Joe Winter Makes Inkjet Fun

Joe Winter‘s work from an exhibition earlier this winter:

Joe Winter’s images evolve and dissolve, often through the combustion of ink and light, and the force of error and malfunction. Winter has created an active, office-like area that includes a lamp focused on colored construction paper and a printer with print-outs of ethereal, deteriorating sunsets, emerging as the machine’s ink runs out. Faded paper from under the lamp and abstract prints resulting from the violent shaking of the printer are hung on the walls.

More fun from the artist, more easily digested, here.

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