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This video is a mashup of photography and data art.
The digital photo in this video is being abstracted using the photographer’s DNA data and videos created with her DNA. The DNA data replaces the photo’s colors and the X and Y axes. In other scenes DNA videos replace parts of the photograph.
Video and sound by James Pricer. Photography by Maryhelen Murray.
This video was created using the DNA data from a mother and her daughter. The first scene uses DNA they have in common. The second scene uses DNA of the daughter that is different from the mother. The last scene uses DNA of the mother that is different from the daughter. The visuals are by James Pricer, and the music is by Richard Crandell and Felix Blume.
DNA data portrait with the concept of Inheritance.
A collector’s DNA data portrait.
The data driving this video are from the DNA of Ernesto Ramirez.
This video is a self portrait of the artist. The data driving this video are the rsids, which are the unique identifiers for each row of the DNA data containing genotype, chromosome number, and location on chromosome. This video is being shown in the Stedelijk Museum, Breda, The Netherlands.
This video is a self portrait. The data driving this video are the rsids, which are the unique identifiers for each row of the DNA data containing genotype, chromosome number, and location on chromosome.
The data driving this video are from the intersection and union of my wife’s and my DNA. Note: no audio
This video is a portrait of my wife and myself using our DNA. The data are a combination of where our DNA are the same and where our DNA are different.