These images were made by photographing vector graphics and scans of found printed material with the iPhone camera’s panorama software. Movements of the camera during exposure produce repetitive patterns, working against the device’s attempts to create smooth and unified compositions. The camera compresses horizontal space in unpredictable ways, reading, processing and re–stitching the landscape.
Visual noise of the computer screen’s texture and resolution become part of the image. This work explores the limitations of this tool’s usefulness, and the application of these restrictions and surfaces to three–dimensional space.