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by @tommyhagan777
Extracting image data and reducing it with larger modules of sampled information for creative manipulation, nothing is added, only removed.

Similar to how a distortion effect affects audio signals; degrading and downsampling the signal for novel and creative output, this takes an image and downsamples the data for a controlled demolition of image; from something representational all the way to complete abstraction.

Pixelation is nothing new and hardly anything to write home about, but what this proves to be is a unique type of layered pixelation, an exploration and study in reduction and representation, gestalt theory, and modular graphics.

As we reduce and remove in form, colour, and content, it transforms until the original transmission of representative image is lost, and something else entirely novel is left in its place – even though technically, all the same image data is present.
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