In the Digital Garden, figurative and nature intertwine to create a new world in the computer. The computer allows West to explore the interplay within objects and change even how the viewer sees a simple garden.
This work was created in 1992 on a three month grant by Arts International to Monet's Garden, Givereny, France. West took an Amiga 2000 computer and video capture board to the garden to create this 80 piece work, The Digital Garden.
As these were done with a video camera, the resolution is at 640X320... what we would see as a bad jpg now. At the time it was the state of the art.
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