Shift (I-III)
(Code, Scanner)
2015

A recursive looped script uses a cropped area of a scan in order to iteratively build an image. Changing the position of the cropped area of the original larger scan generates the variances in the outcomes. The original scan is never seen in its entirety, only imagined through the predictive nature of the script.

Loops can act as cognitive locks, traps that we get stuck in, but they also allude to the fractal nature of reality, infinity and the self-referential nature of consciousness.