21st Century Sediment, 2012
wood, paint, 75cm x 25cm x 75cm
The pixeled sculptures I make originate in the principle of censorship, either positive or negative. In my recent work I am using the pixeled image also for showing phenomena in our surroundings that are bound to change or disappear (or already have done so).
Pixelation can be seen as a transformative stage of the slowly dissolving image, already blurred in eye and mind.
As it is intriguing to wonder what archeologists of the far future will dig up as visual remnants of the digital age, they will possibly also wonder what other strange sediments are found in geological layers of our times.