To create light-writing effects using software or programs generated in the computer is indeed a unique kind of art. I wish you can let some of us, spectators, get a hands-on experience in doing it.
Also, hope you can also try out your program not just on text. Making use of light to create silhouettes of images can become another great leap from the basic. What do you think?
[…] * Previous WRT (text) interviews: Gnoetry: Interview with Eric Elshtain; Gimcrack’d: Interview with Chris Klimas; Lightwriting: Interview with Ken Wronkiewics; Ink: Interview with Kym Buchanan. […]]]>
[…] I’ve followed lightwriting photography ever since discovering the art of Ken Wrokiewicz last fall. While the messages featured in most lightwriting photos are handwritten rather than computer generated, they are no less impressive for it - as in this series of photos by James McAuslan, including “Where am I anyway,” “Who am I anyway,” and “What am I anyway.” […]]]>