Luuk de Haan, ‘Digital Noise Through Analog Eyes 28’, 2016, IdeelArt
Luuk de Haan, ‘Digital Noise Through Analog Eyes 28’, 2016, IdeelArt

This series of photographs is the result of an unexpected embrace of digital “noise,” the intense pixelation that often occurs when over-manipulating an image in a computer program.

Rather than ignoring or discarding this digital garbage, De Haan elevates noise to the position of an aesthetic artifact, enhancing the processes that lead to it and allowing the noise to become a medium in itself.

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About Luuk de Haan

Dutch, b. 1964, Vlaardingen, Netherlands, based in Bergen, North Holland, Netherlands

Fair History on Artsy

2018
Sous Les Etoiles Gallery at The Photography Show 2018, presented by AIPAD