"The project uses digital practices and processes to blur the lines between photography, data visualization, textile design, and computer science. The result are works that serve not only to render visible the invisible processes mediating everyday experience, but also to operate as distinctly tactile and lo-fi digital storage media—the process becomes a means to capture, record, and transmit data."
The only appropriate response to this author is to slap him in the face with a fish, blurring the lines between food and comical violence and smashing through the not-so-invisible pretentiousness dominating his thoughts.
That's art marketing. If you say 'I rendered a core dump as a bitmap because I thought it might look cool, and it did...' well - anyone can do that!
.o0(submitting core dump to printer aswespeak)
Close up portions of the textile would make neat windows, like the Gerhard Richter Koln cathedral stained glass window.
Hey buddy, wanna buy some Snow Crash?
HP printers, when loaded a debug image, core dump to the actual paper. They would print several hundred pages worth of core dump in an OCR-friendly font. The RnD team would then take the whole stack (nicknamed the tombstone) and feed it through an automated scanner to analyse the actual dump...
How does one load the debug image, and is said image freely available?
Read in Adam7 order.
I don't think that's worse!