MILTON MELVIN CROISSANT III
|New Works - Milton Melvin Croissant III
Springsteen Gallery, July 12th - August 2nd
Displays are an inescapable touchstone of contemporary society. They are the inward and outward eye of the User. Within the context of an Institution the Display is revered as a necessary point of contact between humans, paramount to the transmission of ideas. However, the Display has meaning in the absence of input. Consider the human-less function of the Display. It is an act of silent meditation: a golden ratio that is both void and charged, absorbing and emanating. Within an operating system, “presenter mode“ is a mechanism to remove human influence/personalization from a Display, to provide a clean plane for the dedicated function. Through three-dimensional software and actual, real objects, Presenter Mode highlights what is essential about the Display, void of User.