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Parsing emerging representational and perceptual paradigms in the wake of the Snowden revelations and nascent computer vision technologies
Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt use scientific data as material, dialing into and amping up the noise in natural systems to conjure abstract animations and visceral embodied experiences
Fuelled by a low-poly aesthetic, mastery of all things glitch, and playful IDGAF irreverence, the Irish animator turned CGI artist has conquered Hollywood and the internet.
Whether parsing exoplanet candidates, the Okavango Delta, or MoMA’s archives, the Canadian artist has pushed the limits of representing (and living in) data for two decades.
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