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Poem by Nari
digital code portraits
of artists, poets, publishers
 
 
high resolution
portraits are generated
by dynamic HTML programs
located elsewhere at this site

    High resolution image files are created from output generated by dHTML pages located elsewhere at warnell.com. The image files then are used as a source for both the low resolution portraits you see in these pages, and for real-world, high resolution photographic portrait prints.
     
    The portrait generators are viewable online -- click on the link below. Please note that these dynamic HTML pages require Microsoft Internet Explorer v.6+
     
     Poem by Nari IO:
     
     
    High resolution portrait prints are traditional photographic prints exposed by a CSI LightJet 5900 direct digital RGB laser photographic printer onto Kodak Professional Endura Metallic photo paper.
     
       Print resolution: 200 DPI
       Print dimensions: WH 9.5 x 19.5 in ~ 24 x 49 cm
     
    Contact the artist to learn more about portrait prints

code portraits
are made from text datasets

    Sample dataset for Francis Raven
    var a1 = new Array(
      "i                      ,   :   g   |   }   ~          ",
      "                        +   %   (   +   .   1   4   7   :   = ",
      "                                    <   =   ^   {   | ",
      "                                              ",
      "                        !   Z   \   ]   ^   u             ",
      "            #   $   |   |   )   *   +   -   /   0   1   2   4 ",
      "[   ^   a   d   g   j   m   p   s   v   w   x   y          ",
      "                                              ",
      "                                              ",
      "F   ^   x                   ;   |   =   P   Q   f|  g|  i|",
      "|  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  -|",
      "-#  =#  U#  V#  ~#  #  #  #  #  #  #  #   $   $  $$  %$",
      "|  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |  |",
      ":|  ||  =|  ||  N|  O|  p|  q|  |  |  |  |  |  |   (  3(",
      "*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *",
      "*  *  *  *  *  *  *  *   +  #+  $+  %+  7+  M+  a+  y+",
      ",  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .",
      ".  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .",
      "T0  k0  l0  m0  x0  y0  W2  X2  Z2  [2  ]2  ^2  _2  a2  c2  d2",
      "2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  2  -2",
      "3  3  3  3  3  3   4   4  64  L4  h4  i4  j4  t4  u4  =6",
      "W6  Y6  [6  ]6  _6  a6  c6  f6  i6  l6  o6  r6  u6  x6  {6  ~6",
      "6  6  6   7  .7  B7  Q7  e7  n7  ~7  7  7  7  7  7   8",
      "9  9  9  9  9   :   :   :   :   :   :   :   :   :   :   :",
      "L:  :  :  :  :  :  :  :  :  :  :  :  :   ;   ;  %;",
      "=  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  =  -=  =",
      "=  =  =  =  %|  (|  )|  *|  6|  Y|  }|  |  |  |  |  |",
      "A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A  A",
      "|B  (B  )B  *B  +B  ,B  eB  hB  iB  jB  B  B  B  B  B  B",
      "tG  uG  wG  xG  zG  {G  |G  ~G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G",
      "G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G  G   H   H",
      " I   I   I  2I  3I  YL  ZL  |L  ]L  _L  `L  aL  cL  eL  fL  gL" );
    var a2 = new Array(
      " r                 ;   |                      ",
      "        U]  b c    c   Vb c$  ]  c    U]  `    eU]  b ",
      "      U]  b c    U]  `  b c   ]  b c    ]  b  b c   %`  b c ",
      "         Vb   U]  c$   U]  c0   ]   ]  b cH   ]  b 9cH F   ",
      "               %   |   6   8                         ",
      "                               ",
      "                U_]  b",
      "         c    c   Vb c$  V]   ]  c    U]  `    U]   b  U]",
      "           b c    U_]  `  b c   ]  b c    ]  b  b c     `  b c",
      "              Vb   U]  c$   U]  c0   ]   ]  b cH    ]  b cH",
      "                 U]  b c  B                         ",
      "                                                       ",
      "                    !   |   #   %   |   *   ,   1   @ [  Y   [",
      "                       j   l   ~                 e       ",
      "                                                      |   #   ",
      ".  .  .  .  .  .                           fr   $   |   ",
      "2  2  -2  2  2  2                                ",
      "6  6  6  6  -6  6                                ",
      ":  :  :  :  :  :                      ]__]___`  ",
      "|  |  |      ?   ?                     ]__]___`   ",
      "D  D  tG  v   wG  xG                         ___   ",
      "hL  jL  mL   L  L  L                                ",
      "P  P   P  P  P  P                                  ",
      "U  U      U  U  U                                ",
      "xY  yY  {   |Y  ~Y  Y                                  U",
      "]  ]     ]  ]  ]                                ]  b c ",
      "9b  =b      Db  Sb  lb                                e  U]  ",
      "f  f   f  f  f  f                                   b c  ",
      "O   R   S   T   U   ]                                      c  ",
      "              |   *                                       V",
      "B   C   D   F   G   H                                      $b ",
      "                                                     PbN" );
    var a3 = new Array(
      "*,_@/[_/",       "_]_//]_",          "_/_",   "_/$_]`/]/_",
      "]__/]/_/",     "]_/]_/_`",   "_//_/]_$_",  "]/]]_//]_//_",
      "|')*,-/__//}}_", "//",                 "_;||",         "?_//_/",
      "_/_//_/^]_",  "Ӱ_]/",         "/_]_/", "]_//_$]^]/]]_",
      "_//]`_]/",     "/]",           "_/_]`_/]",        "//]`__/",
      "_o",             "__//|-",       "./[",           "_//_",
      "]/__]/_",      "/_$]/]/_",        "/_]`/",     "]_/]__/]",
      "`/_]_",          "_//_",                 "_/",    "/|]_`_//_/" );

     
     
    Code portrait
    of poet Francis Raven
     
    Portraits use some or all of the individual components that make a unique dataset for the subject.
     
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datasets are derived
from a digital source
provided by the subject

    Code portraits are created from a text dataset.
     
    Datasets are created from a digital source.
     
    A source usually is an 8-bit sound, image, or other file. One or more files are selected and provided for the purpose by a subject.
     
    Source files are subjected to a number of technical and creative processes, which processes may involve editing, altering, reformatting, and otherwise manipulating file contents in preparation for use as a dataset.
     
    The final dataset is a combination of data, code, and structure processed from the original source files -- as unique to the source as it is to each subject.
     
    It is believed that Poem by Nari code portraits provide good likeness of their virtual subjects.
 

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