The Portable Viewing Station for
THE CHINESE PAINTING
(makes a stop at 348 Warren Street in Hudson, New York)
1. An original abstract oil on canvas is
painted by the artist Jomar Statkun.
2. A photograph is taken of the abstract painting
using an image analyzing program. The program
analyzes the abstract painting and tries to find
its image on the internet.
3. As the program naturally cannot find
the exact image of the abstract painting, it
proposes similar images based on color,
composition, texture, and other visual data.
4. These proposed images are collected along
with their accompanying websites.
5. A selection of the proposed images are then
emailed to an oil painting reproduction factory
in Xiamen City, Fujian Province, China. There
the proposed images are made into hand
painted oil on canvas reproductions.
6. These oil on canvas reproductions along with the original abstract painting are displayed on a portable viewing station.
7. The viewing station is taken around the city of Hudson, focusing on a “promotional plan.” A promotional plan can have a wide range of objectives, including: sales increases, new product acceptance, creation of brand equity, positioning, competitive retaliations, or creation of a corporate image.
8. When not mobile The Portable Viewing Station for
THE CHINESE PAINTING will be on view in the storefront windows of 348 Warren Street in Hudson, New York at the Incident Report Viewing Station:
9. For more information, sales and promotional material a please visit:
10. For inquiries please email:
*Video & Photography: Nadja Frank & Hannes Broecker
**Thank you to Max Goldfarb