green deconstruction

Green deconstruction
Lambda print, 55 x 75 cm

The work Green deconstruction shows dematerialized, altered and fragmented photographs of a building site which are made by altering the digital code of the image. By inserting quotes about saving the environment into the digital code of the image, the structure of its digital record becomes changed, therefore creating a visual glitch. Green deconstruction thematizes the decay of the environment and questions the plurality of meaning in articulating ecological issues, presenting their erased and replaced fragments throughout the relation of code, image and word. By violating the digital space of the image, the work refutes the principal concept of the photo camera, as a device that records and friezes one place/moment/time, in order to open the doors to the limitless manipulation of space and time.