...When the Internet Was Slow, 4 element instalation:  UV print on aluminium (70 x 100 cm), monologue (audio), print on adhesive vinyl (40 x 60 cm), 3 metal pixels on the floor, 2019.

....When the Internet Was Slow
is a part of my ongoing research initiated in 2017, which focuses on experimenting with the evolution of digital images in the human world. While investigating the subject of the digital world, I came across  many pejorative terms / statements – such as ‘low resolution’, ‘lack of aura’, ‘being just a copy’, ‘orphaned images’, ‘visual overflow’ or even ‘image pollution’ – that made me feel sorry for digital images. Inspired by popular meditation guides available online, I created an imaginary monologue in which the digital image tries to free itself from everyday worries, as well as those associated with its physicality.

Exhibition views below:
When the Internet Was Slow, Slade Degre Show, Slade School of Fine Arts, University College London, 2019.

Dream About the Past
, UV print on aluminium, 70 x 100 cm & monologue, audio (voice: David Blackmore, sound postproduction: Ernst Lima)
Grey Crystal, print on adhesive vinyl, 40 x 60 cm
3 metal pixels on the floor