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“Digital Fingerprint”, up close, is a cluster of fingerprints, seemingly randomly assembled. Taking a few steps back changes the perception: what seemed without unity was, in fact, a planned pictorial representation, a canvas enlarging that same fingerprint repeated, one next to the other, across the surface of the fabric. The work references digital code as a method of generating and storing images. But here, "zeros" and "ones" are discarded. In their place, digital prints are introduced, organized by the dual presence/absence of pigment engraved on the work's support. The fingerprint, this symbol of an individual's uniqueness, ends up playing the role of a “code” for generating images, while also being the represented object itself. It is the code forming itself. It's Digital Digital.



II Semana de Humanidades da UFC

Fortaleza - Brazil

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