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By AMUSEMENT

 

NAME: Failed Memories

AUTHOR: David Szauder, aka Pixel Noizz, a Hungarian digital artist living in Berlin.

DESCRIPTION: According to Szauder, there is a parallel between the way human and digital memory work. His series Failed Memories illustrates this idea. The details we associate with a picture slowly vanish over time to be replaced by self-generated memories. The body of the models remains untouched but their faces appear fragmented and glitched. The photograph no longer has its original signification but gains a new one. Each picture comes with a short narrative explaining what happened to the memory of the person represented. Head over to David Szauder’s Behance page to read them and look at more of his great work.

AMUSEMENT RATE: Some of the works from this series were made using Touch.GL, the glitch art app he developed that was presented this summer at the DigitART exhibition in Paris. The association of glitch art and vintage photography creates a peculiar, almost ghostly, atmosphere. Beyond the memory of the subjects, we also start to question the sanity of their fragmented minds only to realize that our own mind might pretty well be as glitched out as theirs. Chilling.

Source: iGNANT

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By AMUSEMENT

 

NAME: Failed Memories

AUTHOR: David Szauder, aka Pixel Noizz, a Hungarian digital artist living in Berlin.

DESCRIPTION: According to Szauder, there is a parallel between the way human and digital memory work. His series Failed Memories illustrates this idea. The details we associate with a picture slowly vanish over time to be replaced by self-generated memories. The body of the models remains untouched but their faces appear fragmented and glitched. The photograph no longer has its original signification but gains a new one. Each picture comes with a short narrative explaining what happened to the memory of the person represented. Head over to David Szauder’s Behance page to read them and look at more of his great work.

AMUSEMENT RATE: Some of the works from this series were made using Touch.GL, the glitch art app he developed that was presented this summer at the DigitART exhibition in Paris. The association of glitch art and vintage photography creates a peculiar, almost ghostly, atmosphere. Beyond the memory of the subjects, we also start to question the sanity of their fragmented minds only to realize that our own mind might pretty well be as glitched out as theirs. Chilling.

Source: iGNANT

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