Digital Disruptions is a series of still images illustrating liminal spaces between converging digital worlds. As printed images this work seeks to transport viewers to another world existing in another space and time by presenting the transference of various digital media: video, television, computer and finally materialized through photography form. The brain struggles to make sense of these digital anomalies and abstractions presented in a familiar mode of representation. By disrupting the digital code and constant stream of digital imagery pervading our everyday lives, these images allow for quiet reflection and contemplation on the convergence of media now commonplace in modern society.
This series was exhibited 1 December 2013 - 12 January 2014 at the Queensland Centre for Photography in Brisbane.
Catalogue essay by Marian Drew here
BNE review by Eloise Breskvar here