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Brief Published: 1 Mar 2012

Emilio Gomariz: Mac OS X Art


Spanish digital media innovator Emilio Gomariz has harnessed a spectrum of digital colours present when using the Apple Mac operating platform OS X to create colourful artworks.

Gomariz’s interest in digital art stems from glitch-based artworks (see our report on Glitch, Dot Matrix & Disruption Graphics) and the manipulation of computer machinery’s predetermined functions. Creating both still images and short animations produced using captured images of his computer screen, Gomariz uses his Mac’s desktop as a landscape within which to work.

The Stylus Spectrum for Autumn/Winter 2013-14 examines RGB colour – colours created using the red, green and blue lights that make up a computer screen – in the rationale report RGB.

Emilio Gomariz