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Real Error

More and more images are stocked in digital format. Sometimes, usually form technical reasons, these images are badly "written". Strange lines, abstract surfaces, destroy in different percentages the basic image. Let's work our imagination. Let's say that all of this image database, the hole visual information luggage of mankind, would end up in the hands of an "alien civilization". What would their thoughts be when watching these images, if these abstract fields, mentioned earlier, would make up most of the image; over 90% for instant? What, specifically, would they consider an error?

In this case, the images are not digitally "deteriorated", but digitally dematerialized. Vertical strings of pixels migrate horizontally through obsessive repetition creating a sort of " anguish-peace", on the exact opposite with “the rest” of the picture witch remind us something about REAL LIFE.
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Real Error 060. 2010. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 195 x 130 cm

Real Error 038. 2010. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 195 x 130 cm

Real Error 077. 2010. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 195 x 130 cm

Real Error 010. 2007. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 120 x 80 cm

Real Error 049. 2009. Giclee Print – Inkjet. 120 x 80 cm