“This is me planning my show for the Hole,” says Gruzis of these pages of sketches sitting on his desk. You can spot the binoculars piece among them, plus a version of the digital 8 and references to a “modernist sculpture of glasses,” he says. “I’m also going to do another projection piece hopefully. I’m working on a generative video that’s a standalone sculpture. It will have three layers — rain, shadow dancers, and a digital clock — that are all independent and randomized but also interact with each other. You know those projection clocks you get at Radio Shack? I’m going to do the minimalist, John McCracken–style floor sculpture version of that, a gloss black thing with a swiveling rectangle that projects this onto the wall.”
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“This is me planning my show for the Hole,” says Gruzis of these pages of sketches sitting on his desk. You can spot the binoculars piece among them, plus a version of the digital 8 and references to a “modernist sculpture of glasses,” he says. “I’m also going to do another projection piece hopefully. I’m working on a generative video that’s a standalone sculpture. It will have three layers — rain, shadow dancers, and a digital clock — that are all independent and randomized but also interact with each other. You know those projection clocks you get at Radio Shack? I’m going to do the minimalist, John McCracken–style floor sculpture version of that, a gloss black thing with a swiveling rectangle that projects this onto the wall.”