VIRTUAL WORKYARDS
JIM JOHNSON


The theme "Virtual Workyards" came about as the result of the actual exhibition at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art which is on display through August of 2001. That show, which includes analog art forms of all kinds from paintings to prints, sculptures to books, collages and installations, covers a period of about thirty years. It was called "Open Workyards" based on a remark quoted to the curator about different series of works being like workyards that could be returned to at any point in time for further exploration. I had heard the phrase originally from another multi-disciplinary artist, Bertrand Lavier.

The virtual workyards represented here include digital work in the fields of animation, type design, interactive programs, prints and books, installations and other related projects. The exhibition includes work produced roughly from 1988 to the present. The earliest work in the exhibition was produced in Hypercard. You must have a copy of Hypercard or the Hypercard player to view that portfolio.


HYPERCARD STACKS 1988-94 | INSTALLATIONS | DIGITAL PRINTS & BOOKS | TYPEFACES

INTERACTIVE & ANIMATED | GOODIES | ARTIST'S STATEMENT