Iphoneography

Facial recognition

The conflation of facial recognition surveillance with the stream of selfies uploaded every second across the web is a bonanza for corporations. Even more sophisticated algorithms will be used  by the rich and powerful to sift through the superabundance of data, to protect the status quo, oppress the poor, and… Read More

October 6, 2017

No fish Friday?

Morning demand. Such an intense stare, straight on. Getting to know each other. Parent and off-spring have become regulars. Morning caller  … Read More

September 29, 2017

Punishment for the disorganised

OK, so I have started sorting through the digital mayhem of my photo library, now scattered across a decade or two of hardrives,USB sticks,web sites and old devices. Punishment for the disorganised. The trouble is to avoid being sidetracked reminiscing over each captured moment.   Guggenheim Museum, NYC 2010 For… Read More

September 8, 2017

Cultural Fairy lights

Architectural baroque at Southbank softened by posters and fairy lights The building exterior is a play with pipe decoration layering walls. Melbourne Music Recital Centre Long shot… Read More

September 2, 2017

Man at Work

I passed this building site after seeing the Hokusai exhibition. The workman is likely to be using a sealant gun rather than a spray gun. Man at work. Rear of the School of Drama, Southbank precinct. Digital collage The scene caught my eye due to the neat construction site at the… Read More

August 31, 2017

Architect’s indulgence

Architect’s indulgence or a meaningful political statement? The external appearance of the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) building, completed around 2001, designed by ARM, is a black finished facsimile of the white finished Villa Savoye designed by Le Corbusier. Apparently some critics dubbed this… Read More

December 14, 2016

Shifting focus. Ceiling series

    One of the verandah soffits at Merimbula, NSW. Playing with tone and focus. Puzzle-Ceiling series Further work @juliamwigley on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/julianwigley/… Read More

December 14, 2016

Working with what I’ve got

Working with what I’ve got..a creative exercise to re image iPhone photos of ceilings taken during a road trip to Canberra. Making patterns, collages and architectural impressions from  random photos  was a fun diversion whiling away idle moments. This photo was taken in the lower gallery of the National Gallery… Read More

December 14, 2016

Rainy day experiment

Playing with 3D glasses on a rainy day. Tiger fish with dots. Experimenting with various apps to enhance  layering. Intriguing how far an image can be pushed until its aesthetic visage is lost . That is, when its visual integrity is lost or the… Read More

November 22, 2016

On water matters

Playing with an AI “arty” app that is heading towards repairing and reworking of fuzzed photos…choice and manipulation of various apps provides a working medium to create interesting digital textures,colour and content. Photo of man in rowing boat on Lake Victoria, Gippsland, Victoria. On water matters… Read More

November 12, 2016

Street art Darwin

Aussie posters Darwin Artist, Peter Drew, is travelling the continent reminding Australians of their heritage. Some of the posters attracted defacement within 48 hours. Simple, direct and current. More pics https://www.instagram.com/julianwigley/… Read More

May 14, 2016

Real world to Virtual showing

Viewing 3D drawings Watching the lack of inhibition of youngsters compared to adults on opening night was interesting. However my theory was broken during the calmness of a general open day. 3D specs in action A “virtual showing” may develop via facebook… Read More

August 5, 2015

3D Installations

Putting together two 3D installations using the Swimming with Fishes drawing, titled In Case of Emergency Break Glass, for a group show at the Little Gallery on High, Trentham. The show runs over cool August. Read More

July 23, 2015

A selfie

iPad mash using mixed apps   A saturday doodle made a little after  finishing Jo Nesbo’s latest book, “Police”. No spoilers. Read More

October 5, 2013

Piano player playing in the hotel lobby

September 20, 2013

From the studio

Proofing prints. Studio work diary. Testing a series of inkjet papers… Read More

June 22, 2013