Paper pixels, created by Aram Bartholl, is a “30 inch, 8 x 8 pixel, manually controlled screen” — illuminated with 64 light bulbs in 4cm squares. Arranged in tilted rows, the bulbs can be controlled individually and used to display visual information through strips of paper. Video clip after the jump.

From the article: “The paper strip formed as an endless loop is approximately 3 m long which allows a programmable capacity of approximately 300 frames. The number of frames per second (fps) is determined by the speed at which the paper is pulled through the screen. The duration of the loop for an 8 x 8 pixel display at 10 fps is approximately 30 seconds.”

[via PapierPixel]