Pixelate pictures 2004
Experimental video / Music: Menhunt / running time: 2 minutes / format: AVI
Pixels in digital image are manufactured in a two-dimensional grid (raster), and are often represented using dots or squares. Each pixel is a sample of an original image; more samples typically provide more accurate representations of the original. Multiply pixels picture becomes more realistic or opposite more abstract if it reduces the number of pixels.
The idea of the work is deformation of image into the pixel, the basis of the digital image. Video is produced of 100 images shooting from a single point. The scenes have been arranged one after another in a circular imaginary line, in order to finally close the circle of 360 degrees. Frames are placed on the timeline and designed the video. During the video, circular composition is repeated until the end when the realistic picture turns into a black and white square. Therefore, at the end of the video, image is decomposed in to the pixel which is created from.