Updated: Apr 29, 2020
After adding the analog component of the 1950's slide projector, I knew it was incredibly important to contemporise my installation. The whole concept behind the project is to examine the intersection between emotional, human memory and digital, technological memory. I thought it would be interesting to visually represent statistical data about digital and human memory. After my research into the visualisation of data and data art, I came across the generative method of creative coding and used a online program called p5.js and fed in data about memory. These created various random continuous lines that were completely dependant on the information I fed in to the templated. These then overlaid on to the found footage give a really interesting affect that reminds me of memory loss or fragmentation; almost as if the footage is decaying or self destructing like memories and images do over time.