White Smoke: a project by Hexaplex, is an online and offline research and collection.
White Smoke is a project where man and machine meet, and the audience engages a world of color codes and names. White Smoke lays down poetic and semantic tensions and invites you to enter the information society with human, poetical effort!
White Smoke’s continuously growing online archive is now at Onomatopee project-space. People can submit material either via email or physically at the Onomatopee project space.
Find an image, state the ‘HTML Color Name’ you have chosen and your name, then mail these to firstname.lastname@example.org
OUTPOST SUMMER FAYRE 21-26 June 2011
Permanent is taking White Smoke to a summer fayre in Norwich.
Launch event 21 June, 5-9pm
White Smoke lecture / book presentation by Hexaplex.
June 17, 19:30
In collaboration with Designhuis
5611 EM Eindhoven
To reserve e-mail email@example.com
LIMITED EDITION SILKSCREEN POSTERS
Golden Rod (edition of 18) Peach Puff (edition of 18).
€20- inc. postage. Order at firstname.lastname@example.org
An exhibition and publication by Hexaplex,
presented by Onomatopee at Artpie 2010
Saturday May 15th — Sunday May 23th
In the White Smoke project man and machine meet: the audience engages a world of color codes and names. On the eve of the information era, White Smoke lays down poetic and semantic tensions between man and machine! White Smoke encourages the audience to enter the information society with human, poetical effort!
The publication contains a text by Audrey Samson (new-media theorist) explaining the evolution of color experiences. Freek Lomme (Onomatopee) describes the cultural poetry of White Smoke. There’s also a conversation between Hexaplex and Steven Pemberton (W3C) about the history of web colors and White Smoke!
White Smoke publication can be ordered at: