Data is the new gold. Together we have amassed a staggering 100 Zettabytes of data, organised and stored largely in the cloud. An amount that will only continue to grow with the further digitization of our world.

Data in essence is an abstract reflection of reality, a projection of human rationality onto natural chaos, an attempt to translate subjectivity into objectivity.

In Datascapes, I delve into the elusive nature of data concealed behind all the bits and bytes, and visually shape an imaginary landscape in the cloud, constructed from data.

I reduce images to a set of abstract elements and by arranging and combining various layers new spatial compositions emerge that illustrate the complexity and layered nature of the digital data realm and our connection to it. They question what is real and what is constructed.



   

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