Miriam Bean | Four (Data)
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About This Project

Challenging what we view as ‘digital’ and ‘physical’, this series of images emphasises the fluidity between different forms of computer data. Both sound and image can be reduced back down to its raw binary code before being transformed back into light waves or sound waves. Though analogue microphones and cameras capture the world in very different ways, with digital technology there is a possible exchange between the two disparate modes. By translating computer’s fundamental language into either sound or light, one is able to read a recording or listen to an image.

Four (Data)

Four audio tracks translated into images and digitally warped

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Photography, Print, Sound