Database Oeuvre visualizes the the bodies of work produced by select painters, by way of reducing and chronologically presenting their artwork as quantized distributions of color. Database Oeuvre takes two forms: a book and a website. It is partly inspired by Paul Soulellis' essay Search, Compile, Publish.
This project required a multi-stage process of web-scraping, image processing, database building, and data visualization.
Database Oeuvre won first place in the area of design for Knox College's annual Al Young competition in 2019.
I was interested in how digital images are reproduced and transformed across physical and digital media.
This project was presented at HORIZONS, an annual showcase of student-research and -projects at Knox College.