Colin Goldberg, Illuminatus Digitalis, 2007. Acrylic, pigment print and liquid polymer on canvas, 36 x 48 inches.

Illuminatus Digitalis, 2007. Acrylic, pigment print and liquid polymer on canvas, 36 x 48 inches.

I have just finished organizing and uploading over 175 works from 1989 to the present, culled from over 300 pieces which I have documented. It occurred to me that I have been focusing on publishing only my most recent work online, while ignoring and storing away much of what I have done in the past, such as this work from the Hand/Eye series of paintings from 2007. The goal of this project is to discover connections and threads between these bodies of work.

Besides the Hand-Eye series, the site now includes selections from the Wireframe series begun in 2005, as well as the Hybrid series, begun in the same year. These two bodies of work represent my first exploration of combining painting with digital media. The archive opens with selections from the Biomorphic series of paintings, which are my most current works on canvas.

Colin Goldberg, Improbable Form #2, 2005. Pigment print on paper, edition of one. 13 x 19 inches. Private Collection, Ohio.

Improbable Form #2, 2005. Pigment print on paper, edition of one. 13 x 19 inches. Private Collection, Ohio.

Also included are selections from a body of rarely-exhibited photo-based works, called Photoconstructs, many of which have been lost. The archive also contains selections from the recent Shodo series of sumi ink works on paper.

Early (100% analog) works on paper and canvas are also represented, and the Metagraph series of prints and the Metavision video piece derived from this series.

I plan on adding more items from my inventory as they are photographed and documented.

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ARCHIVE