Annegret Soltau.

I like this as i think its unusual and captures the viewers attention. It also fits my theme of Power as in this picture the sim card is powering the person acting as a brain.

digital technologies

Inspiration for reflections series.Barbara Baldi- think about identity, privacy, the parts of ourselves we keep hidden vs. the parts we share with others.

The Processing + The Glitch + The Lighting | SSENSE | #Layout

It's this odd feeling of euphoria, every time that drink dances on your lips It's this comfort that settles in your body and you embrace it

Distorsion identitaire #design #glitch

Jenn' Gauthier ~ "Distorsion identitaire" creating a kind of deformation or be observed all the fragments of the person who weaves, is lost.

Nick Turpin

Situation- this picture represents the middle of the film. The picture represents the characters inability to see words, yet the focus of the picture is the person themselves, which is soemthing that the character can focus on and see.

The real anatomy of technology. Reminds me of our 9+ morphing project - could look at Geiger as inspiration.

The real anatomie of technology.

The real anatomy of technology, I love the idea of giving inhuman things body structures

David Szauder: Failed Memories (this is what my brain does, it distorts everything, this what I see in the mirror, a glitch)

ART: Failed Memory by David Szauder David Szauder, a German digital artist, takes interest in the glitch phenomenon. Failed Memory, the name of the compilation of images, showcases photographs that.

Andy Denzler: Uncanny Oil Paintings That Starkly Capture Freeze-Framed VHS Footage #art

Such a cool idea. I dabble a little with painting, and I think things like this are so inspirational. (Paintings of paused VHS clips, by Andy Denzler.

paul graham(1956- ), television portrait(cathy, london), 1989. photograph, colour, on paper, 109 x 89 cm. tate gallery, london, uk

Family Matters: The Family in British Art - Tate Britain - London - 15 October 2012 – 24 February 2013