WEBSITE: ARIVERSLUIS.COM | AUTHOR: DAVID G. MILLHOUSE







CLIENT: ARI VERSLUIS
CONTENT: PHOTOGRAPHY, TEXTS
X/Y VERSIONS FOR DESKTOP/MOBILE DEVICES
1 SOLID PAGE WITH MULTIPLE IN-PAGES
IN-PAGE INDEX THUMB REF. FOR ALL COMMERCIAL CONTENT
WEBFONTS: ISOSPIN-ARICTM & MONYLOP
ROTTERDAM
2021


The coefficient websites (X/Y) published for Photographer Ari Versluis include webfonts Monylop and a custom version of Isospin. Both the desktop horizontal interface with left/right for prev/next with pop-index on scroll, plus the handheld-device version (scroll) are also by D. G. M. Typographics™. Both mirror one another for accessing archival content.
  Considerations persevere on the possibility of running a cross-device protocol dialogue, which already exists with certain applications/apps today, similar to that of MIDI. Conclusive to furtherance coupling the machinery of (A.) displaying Thumbnail-images on a mobile (external) device web-browser, in conjunction to (B.) highRes-images on a desktop web-browser. The option of a remote reference source would be at the fingertips of a coordinated spectator of a simulated projection.
  Currently, the fact that one can respond to X/Y via both devices simultaneously functions to offer a secondary perception of the archival order.
  David G. Millhouse is also author of the texts.

 


 

Horizontally capped terminals and a singular stroke ‘I’ for Isospin(ARICTM) were performed to refine persona to the clients name, familiar yet muted, and prominent throughout the commerical background-image interface.
The Musical Instrument Digital Interface standard was released in 1983 by Californian inventor Dave Smith as a protocol for cross-device functionality via a DIN connector cable. MIDI is still broadly used today for clock synchronization over multiple hardware sequencers and continues to be incorporated in most digital musical instruments produced worldwide.
The desktop version of the website is set to repeat by carousel. ‘How can we think […] about repetition in general in its relationship to memory and archive?’ Archive Fever, A Freudian Impression by Jacques Derrida, translated by Eric Prenowitz, 68 (The Chicago University Press, 1995).


https://www.ariversluis.com
Isospin Monylop

 


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