"To take something that exists in the digital world, photograph it and print it, is an echo of the photo collage technique, the construction of an image. What lies behind that is the ability now to actually visit that structure in space."
We sit down with James Bridle at his studio at Eyebeam Art + Technology Center in New York City to discuss 'Continuous Monument: Manhattan', his work based on Superstudio's series of theoretical drawings from the late 1960s called The Continuous Monument. A print and digital file in Google Earth are included in our upcoming Paddles ON! auction.
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