‘Pixelated’ was a serendipitous occurrence, which
came about from the combination of my obsession with
television, a poor Internet connection and the bizarre
world of 0s and 1s. The more I looked at the screen
grabs I took of pixelated video, the more I realized the
potential to present these images as an artistic regrouping
of color and form. They transformed from
being the mere glitches they were and became visually
beautiful and stimulating.
The images question the pre-conceived notions of
identity and challenge the viewer to see beyond what is
shown. Each image struggles to be different
while refusing to let go of it’s inherent coding. The
resulting form is a melange of the original & the alter ego.