Binary Landscape series.
adhesive tape on wooden frame
12x16 pixels each
The Binary Landscapes series encompasses a compendium of paintings made with adhesive tapes of two distinctive hues: black and fluorescent yellow. Simultaneously, Binary Landscapes assumes the form of a non-fungible token (NFT) collection, wherein binary code undergoes a transformative process to adopt a visually-encoded language typified by bichromatic patterns. Each image emanates from a grid measuring 12x16 pixels, systematically populated with alternating RGB(0,0,0) and RGB(219,255,0) pixel configurations, thus resulting in a high-contrast binary landscape.
Within this concurrent physical and digital series, a dichotomy arises, highlighting the contrast between the materialization process of an image and the act of digital image creation. The proposition of adhesive tape and machine code yielding identical outcomes raises the question which mode serves as an emulation of the other.