For the last two years I have been experimenting with eInk screens, you might have seen these screens in a Kindle. They are matte, grey-scale, and interestingly only require power to change the image on the screen. For the show Book Futures in Australia I created a new piece comprised of fifty of these screens.
The image displayed across the screens looks like an undulating mountain scape from the distance, but on close inspection looks digital. It was created using interference patterns of digital gradients and tries to toe the line between digital and analog.