Computer Folk Art ARCHIVE
by David Rickett


The 2007 Chango show was mostly sold out. "The Village" is the first of the few remaining works that were not sold opening night.

This image and frame was part of the original CFA 2.0 show on Echo Park Blvd. Click here to see all the images from that show. Images from that show can be recreated in the wooden frame on a commission basis. The cold-cathode back-lighted frames are an extinct technology, but I managed to buy the last remaining few on the market so only a few remain.

Sensor Plug

The matching Sensor Plug is the device that makes the artwork interactive and gives each piece of Computer Folk Art its own "personality."



(from the 2007 Chango - Echo Park Show)

"The Village" has the distinction of the being one of the few remaining works that didn't have time to sell at the one and only show for COMPUTER FOLK ART 2.0 at Chango in Echo Park, CA in 2007. I've never offered CFA 2.0 for sale on the Internet, but I thought people on Etsy might be the right audience. People who see these artworks in person are generally enamored with them, and I'm always thankful, but I've never been able to produce a photograph that matches the naked eye experience of having these little back-lighted frames in your life. Check out the links below for further explanations via video about how this artwork looks and operates. "The Village" includes its matching Sensor Plug, the part that makes the artwork interactive (also explained on my Website). Also included is a certificate of authenticity. Click here to buy via ($325.00 plus shipping within the USA)

Computer Folk Art frames can be placed on a table (as shown) or hung on the way. In an emergency they do operate on 4 AA batteries - just unplug the power supply for a reliable, calming supply of light.

Computer Folk Art 2.0

More about Computer Folk Art 2.0

Artist Interview Videos

Revisit Computer Folk Art 1.0

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