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Work completed January 2005.Resolution of rendering: 12,000 by 18,000 pixels
Print size, minimum: 14 by 21 inches (~35.56 by 53.34 centimeters)
Print size, maximum: 60 by 90 inches (~152.4 by 228.6 centimeters)
Dimensions are for single panel prints; larger sizes (up to hundreds of square feet) are possible using other printing techniques. Please contact the studio for more information. All linear dimensions are given in the order of height, width and depth.
Limited variant edition prints (edition of 10)
Please contact the studio for more information regarding the availability and purchasing of works.
One- and two-person exhibitions
Pinnacle Gallery at Savannah College of Art and Design; One-person exhibition; Savannah, Georgia; 2005. Exhibition debut.
Art Gallery at Broward Community College, Central Campus; One-person exhibition; Davie (Ft. Lauderdale), Florida; 2005.
City Gallery at Chastain Art Center; Atlanta, Georgia; 2007.
Savannah Film Festival at Savannah College of Art and Design’s River Club; “Kenneth A. Huff: Organic Constructions, an installation of prints and time-based works”; Savannah, Georgia; 2008.
Deep Space at Ars Electronica Center; “Kenneth A. Huff: Organic Constructions” (stills and time-based works); Linz, Austria; Ongoing, starting 2 January 2009. The full resolution of this work was shown as a site-specific, zoomable, 4K projection in Deep Space.
Telfair Museum of Art’s Jepson Center for the Arts; “Kenneth A. Huff: Organic Constructions”; Savannah, Georgia; January–February 2010.
“SIGGRAPH 2005 Art Gallery: Threading Time”; Association for Computing Machinery’s Special Interest Group on Computer Graphics (SIGGRAPH) (Juried); Los Angeles, California; 2005.
“Check the Fine Print”; Peter Paul Gallery (Curated); Sarasota, Florida; 2005.
“Expanded Sculpture”; 119 Gallery (Curated); Lowell, Massachusetts; 2006.
SIGGRAPH 2005 Electronic Art and Animation Catalog, Conference Select CD-ROM and Full Conference DVD-ROM (three publications); July 2005.
Faure Walker, James; Painting the Digital River: How an Artist Learned to Love the Computer; January 2006 (Prentice Hall).
AcknowledgmentsThis work was completed using software provided under a grant from Alias Systems. This work was rendered using software provided under a grant from mental images.
As of 27 March 2010
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