My works stems from the observation of the sea as an online environment. As I traverse this realm, I encounter interruptions in what is meant to be a seamless representation of the Earth's surface; immediate experience is perceived as authentic experience. As I confront these anomalies; a result of the programs' computational algorithm, I find myself alienated, realising that I'm observing a spectacle. I document disturbances in our anticipation of this digital narrative; a Brechtian interlude. Images and time disappear and everything is eventually replaced. What I have captured yesterday may not be present today, in a space where time is flat and as it passes, years are interwoven into this plane representation, this smooth map of time.
William Henry Carter • Pietro Catarinella • Ruth Connolly • Christine Donnier-Valentin • Stephanie Galea • Paul Hutchinson • Thomas W. Kuppler • Mark McWilliams • Sinaida Michalskaja • Alexandra Pace • Daniel Silva • Tanya Zommer •