Carl Berg, best known for his exploits as curator, gallery owner and for the digital projects he has produced with other artists, has quietly been making art for over 30 years. His primary tool has been his camera, first film-based then later digital.
More recently, however, Berg has been working entirely in the digital domain. Using information he collects through the Internet he creates text-based works that are ultimately output as inkjet prints and sculptures. These works are transformed from their original sources into visual abstractions converting one type of expression into another.