Luke Rogers – In order to produce a reasonably clear image

“The basic principles of the camera obscura have been known for over two thousand years. One can draw a line (or many lines) from the digital imaging technology of contemporary computer graphics, back through moving image, back through Renaissance perspective, back through early optics, all the way back to the camera obscura. But computer graphics have an even deeper indebtedness to their lens-less lineage of geometry and algorithmic calculations of light. In the context of the Virtual Dream Center, Rogers’ “reasonably clear images” bookend the history of optical media, with the long moment before lenses and our new moment after them. (…)”
Extract from the press release “In order to produce a reasonably clear image”, by Kyle Williams


Solo show of Luke Rogers
Project curated by Nicholas Steindorf

Available in Virtual Dream Center 1.2