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The Attention-Sucking Power of Digital Technology Displayed Through Photography by Antoine Gregor

Antoine Gregor: How technology of today has taken away our way of conversing. Literally being sucked into our screens.

This glitch art is very visually striking as the human face is no longer recognisable. The use of colour thoughtfully used and can also be related to the vibrancy of Vivid as it embraces the technological form. I believe by distorting the face and allowing the true form to remain unchanged can create interesting compositions for each artist as their distinctive elements can speak for themselves.

This glitch art is very visually striking as the human face is no longer recognisable. The use of colour thoughtfully used and can also be related to the vibrancy of Vivid as it embraces the technological form.

Artist Maurice Mbikayi explores the effects of technology on identity and history, as well as how it has impacted Africa both positively and negatively. His art combines recycled materials such as old keyboard parts to telephone cords

THE INFORMATION AGE: Artist Maurice Mbikayi explores the effects of technology on identity and history, as well as how it has impacted Africa both positively and negatively. His art combines recycled materials such as old keyboard parts to telephone cords

Is the digital revolution changing behaviour? This image shows three young boys pretending to play video games on handheld devices

Photographer Eric Pickersgill created the fascinating photoseries, entitled Removed, after realising he would frequently turn his back on his wife while looking at his phone.