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id sigradi2003_023
authors Saez, J., Saez, A. and Gómez, G.A.
year 2003
title Tamaño importa r punto (The size is important to the point)
source SIGraDi 2003 - [Proceedings of the 7th Iberoamerican Congress of Digital Graphics] Rosario Argentina 5-7 november 2003
summary Our proposal consists of showing how a PIXEL (a small part of a whole) can have a life of its own when it is taken out of its enviroment. This pixel, alone, is nothing, since it depends on others and a context to actually be something (a figure, etc.). Even though we initially emphasized that the pixel could very well be the main character of a play (which we still believe is true) we also wish to point out that today`s subject is to try to go above and below all studies, technology and even science, to try to find the answer in the most basic facts. The PIXEL now teaches us that "it" is the most noble single element that a digital artist can find. Most certainly, this issue will not add anything to science, and it might not change theories or the world itself; furthermore, we probably will not show anything that is not already known and no intelligent discussion will come up regarding the relevance or irrelevance of the pixel isolated from its context. Still, it is important to remark that the PIXEL, the smallest single creature that I know, has been the issue of many, many discussions and quire a few hours of work.
keywords Big things, Little things
series SIGRADI
email Saezlodi@hotmail.com
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