Ken Camden

Series Entry 5.1


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.


Weston Lyon

Series Entry 5.2


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.


Ken Camden

Series Entry 5.3


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.


Weston Lyon

Series Entry 5.4


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.


Ken Camden

Series Entry 5.5


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.


Weston Lyon

Series Entry 5.6


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.


Weston Lyon

Series Entry 5.7


Description

Series 5

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon

Ken Camden and Weston Lyon observe the connective and/or disconnective effects of generational art-making in Series 5. The basic process was one entry created at the same time, repeated over four generations of entries. That is, entries 1 and 2, then 3 and 4, then 5 and 6, then 7 which is a blind syncing of sound to video. Reflecting on relationships between entries after each generation of creation informed the direction each artist would take with the following generation. The project’s objective was to achieve synchronicity over a span of entries built in isolation from one another. Entry 7 marks the harmony or dissonance reached in the process.