Künstlervorstellung: David sZauder - Failed memory

von am Freitag, 1. August 2014
Die Serie "Failed Memory" des ungarischen Künstlers David Szauders (auch bekannt als Pixel Noizz) ist inspiriert durch die Paralellen zwischen Mensch und dem digitalen Gedächtnis:

 "Our brians store away images to retrieve them later, like files stored away on a hard drive. But when we go back and try to re-access those memories, we may find them to be corrupted in some way.

When we see a picture (photo) we are able to remember the details, but only for [a] short period. In [the] long term we start to lose parts of the details and instead of these lost fragments we fill the gaps with our self-generated memories, memory fragments. 

Szauder arbeitet mit dem Programm Pixelmator, mit dem er Vorder- & Hintergründe der alten Fotografien voneinander abheben und unterschiedlich behandeln kann. Den Fokus setzt der Künstler auf die Köpfe und Gesichter der Personen. 

I'm not modifying the source of the image, I'm modifying the surface of the image. 

It's my family stories and fiction together, coming out to create these images. I'm chaning names, I'm changing locations, but yes, it's all about me."

Zu jedem Werk schreibt er kleine Geschichten, inspiriert durch seine eigene Familiengeschichte, die den narrativen Charakter des Bildes hervorherben.

He was a solid, well situated simple man. He went to church every day, when it was necessary. But one day
he realised that he has doubts. 
Solid Afternoon. These friends discussed Metaphysics all that afternoon, the discussion
was too theoretical, so their memory was modified in a physical way.
Suzana's Blindness. One day suzana went blind, this is her last inner memory...

Leon and Francesca.

CUCU Sisters.


Beauty Queens.


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