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Project made using the software Roloc. Transformation chromatic stripes, , created together with Pau Artigas(taller Estampa).
Roloc is an experimental software program, it works in the chromatical code of the images. Roloc analise an image from some colors selected by the user, it converse into different size stripes depending its chromatical proportion. The image is reordered in vertical stripes with plain colors.

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“Les jours s’en vont”

Titoni was a bachelor in a religious school in Sarrià. His cousin taught him extra lessons from seven thirty to nine in the evening. Later –he regretted telling me- he should do his homework: problems, analysis, translated from Greek…

Titoni also dreamed about the town of Altafulla, with it’s wild orchards called “can Petxina”, with Josep Riera and Luisito Macaya, and the bike and the bb-gun. Altafulla wasn’t a paradise during the summer. It is important to take note of Mr. Roca, who was known for being a quick and sharp teacher, but Mr. Roca wasn’t issue, what really was at the root of this daily anxiety making it necessary for Titoni to hide behind his friend Pueyo, (fatty), was when Father Venancio announced:”OK, now we will do exercises on the board. Come up to the board”

Titoni’s cousin studied chemistry and he served as a military officer, and he quite often shouted things at him that seemed humiliating. But that was different. At times, above all at Christmas, Titoni’s cousin ate at home, or in August was invited to Altafulla, then he became a very close friend and he loved him deeply.

Titoni felt helpless. He thought that life was a nightmare, the slavery mathematics, and he envied freedom, it was impossible for him, for any boy in Altafulla. Many times, he got into bed crying bitterly. His grandfather, who was a bit of poet, was told that days come in and go.

 

“Diana y el mar muerto” de Joan Perucho.

Images: Pine trees of “Encís”, Altafulla. April, 2013.
Colors: R:160 G:60 B:0 / R:255 G:175 B:0 /  R: 30 G:200 B:10 / R:219 G:255 B:255 selected by Luis Antoni Puig (El Titoni).

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