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Michaela Putz



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In a digitalized age, the endless stream of images stored in the cloud fills the gaps of what might be forgotten. InPalinopsia, Michaela Putz was dealing with these implications of technology and virtual image storage and remembrance. The artist’s own image archive from different phases of her life, stored on computer and smartphone, serves as the raw material for this. In a kind of digital retrospect, these are photographed and documented directly from the screen, whereby fingerprints and remains of dust on them are also recorded, as well as the mouse pointer and digital artifacts that are created by zooming into the images. Sometimes, they are digitally retouched and smudged, other times, they have been taken several times with the camera of the smartphone, making them pixelated, slightly dissolving the original image. By this, the works aim to visually sound out the gaps between human and digital memory, bringing the digital images consisting of raw data closer to the ephemerality and imprecision of human memory. Doing a publication with these images not only draws a connection between them but also to think about the way we deal with analog and digital image material. Even though digital images seem to be only data, they are constantly being touched: We are wiping and swiping, zooming and tapping on them through the screen. The book tries to take into account these different qualities and connecting the digital and analog processes of looking at images from our past.

  • date of publication : 2021
  • language : EN
  • pages : 64 p.
  • format : 24 x 16 x 10
  • impression : Gráfica Maiadouro, Offset
  • tirage : First edition, 350 copies
  • binding : Hardback, Holographic cover
  • publishers : XYZ Books
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