Barcelona-based artist Evan Roth does beautiful translating motion into three-dimensional, sculptural forms, among his other digital works. In “Graffiti Analysis,” 2010 (video just posted), he algorithmically averages motion capture data from fifteen local tag artists to produce projected motion revealing the process and a squiggly sculpture seen here.

Graffiti Analysis, Barcelona, 2010
ABS Thermoplastic
31cm x 20cm x 35cm
Barcelona
2010

evan-roth.com

http://evan-roth.com/

http://evan-roth.com/work/graffiti-analysis-barcelona-2010/

Related works by the same artist:

A sculpture by Evan Roth based on the writing of Jean-Michel Basquiat

Paris, 2011

Made posible with support from La Gaîté Lyrique

http://evan-roth.com/work/gold/

And more Graffiti Analysis — here in Vienna, with a single anonymous graffiti writer from that city, also in 2010.

http://evan-roth.com/work/graffiti-analysis-vienna-2010/

  • bilderbuchi

    hrhr, I think I know that Vienna tag. At least, I've seen a very similar one quite often already…

  • Peter Kirn

    @bilderbuchi: Just don't blow his/her cover. ;)

  • destroy

    Cool stuff, but tracking toys!

  • http://www.google.com/ Christiana

    What I find so intretesnig is you could never find this anywhere else.

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