By Harrison Clark
A lot of my work is based on how chaos and corruption can be beautiful. I used a process called pixel-sorting to corrupt regular images. I then recreate them by organizing pixels based on details such as luminosity. This process illustrates that even something that was pure, but then destroyed, can still be as beautiful as it was before. The titles of each piece helps the viewer conceptualize what is being presented. The intent is to create something visually stimulating by destroying its pure form and then recreating it in its corrupt form. I believe that the artist has a responsibility to allow the viewer to experience artwork in their own unique way.