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Ian McCall

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Ian McCall

I am a graphic designer and new media / conceptual artist.

Documentation of my ongoing project to search for, find, and document, four-leaf clovers can be found on the web at www.cloverpatchwork.com.

My abstract photography etc. live at metaphorever.rupture.net.

My "In the Beginning" audio project low quality version high quality version

 

Fall 2007:

Corruption Documentation Corruption Image Gallery

Double Blind Turing Test

Writing Assignment

Terms of Service

 

Spring 2007:

Decision Making Machine

Group Activity: Clover Search

Cooperative Spelling

Comments (2)

Anonymous said

at 10:23 pm on Sep 16, 2007

Found a new person for you to look at - visualizer of information - George Legrady - http://www.georgelegrady.com/

Anonymous said

at 3:04 am on Oct 2, 2007

Ian, The corruption aspect of this is very interesting, not simply as a play on words but as a visual manisfestation of event (speeches, lies, dirty deeds etc). Perhaps some avenues you can explore would relate to how corruption varies between cultures...what we see as corrupt, others may see simply as a way to do business (eg: bribes taken by Police officers in many third world countries).

I can't help but see these as large prints on a wall as there is a strong aesthetic to them that cannot be denied. I don't see this as an end to your dialogue, but merely one visual conclusion.

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