Carys Tupper

Digital Dreams explores the relationship between physical and digital worlds. Sculpture, projected film and photography are used to break the boundaries of intangible digital, allowing the viewer to physically interact with the concept. The projected film, seen as the illuminating colour in the photographs, is a digitalised collection of work which prefaced the final outcome. The artwork has been distorted and reduced to its waveform, addressing the value of art in the digital sphere. The sculpture itself explores the absurdity of human behaviour within this sphere. Whilst formed around a human face, and reminiscent of a classical bust, the sculpture is unidentifiable and transparent without the projected film. Digital Dreams satirises the power we place upon the digital realm.

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