These analogue photographic prints have been created by using a smartphone screen in a darkroom. I have repeatedly passed the image through digital and analogue states enlarging the pixels and creating abstraction, demonstrating both the practical nature of the technology and the way it can be used to transfer information multiple times. When seen up close, pixel images appear fragmented or disjointed, abstract and meaningless. But when far away the eye creates something that makes sense as a whole, a trick of the mind experienced every day. The fabric in the image is apparent when far away from the work and the fabric of the image is apparent when close.
Scanned analogue prints on paste up
125 x 200cm
Ebor Studio, Littleborough