I’ll be recording the process with a Nikon D3100 50mm lens at what could be interesting times.
4 basic colours to use on a 16 x 20″ clayboard panel and applied using a toothpick. This is much easier than it looks, but I will be careful to mix half and half paint and water so that it will flow easily from the toothpick. In my experience, each time I touch the loaded toothpick, it will create 4-6 solid dots on the surface.
The intent is to randomly apply dots until the surface is completely covered and then attempt to tease images out of the chaos much like I did in this piece:
The difference, this time, will be that there will be no pre-conceived notion of intent, such as the idea of ‘Air’ in the above.
Think of it as a personal pareidolic Rorchach experiment using pointillism…