"gif. jpg. png. tif. (gjpt)," an exhibition currently on display at HEREart , explores the relationship between standardized digital image formats and visual representation. Curated by Jess Ramsay and featuring work by Jason Huff, Jordan Tate and Adam Tindale, Seyhan Musaoglu, and Giselle Zatonyl, the exhibition demonstrates how fully digital imaging has permeated visual culture. The works in the exhibition approach the pixel as a key structural component of visual representation, manipulating it to expose the formal characteristics of digital media.
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Beyond the initial site of interment, the viewer may explore a surrounding Holy Ground in which the ubiquitous default cube and its various motifs of simulation manifest as sites of worship; a Cult of the Cube, imbued with evidence of a mysterious system of religious symbolism. The piece is presented as a journey, beckoning the viewer to explore and discover a liminal space between simulation and reality.
-- EXCERPT FROM STATEMENT ON "MAUSOLEUM II" FROM INTERNET ARCHAEOLOGY
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