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4 thoughts on “Techstethic

  1. Did you make these? Initially, I was a little confused at the images because I didn’t know what they represent. However, I think your videos are really effective, and I become entranced by what I am looking at.


  2. your videos and images are very captivating! Very futuristic and aesthetic, which goes along with a utopian that would be fitting for this day in age of technology! The two videos played together at once gives an interesting view on how things can feed off of each other and work together as one! great job!


  3. Your whole video gaming interests you’ve been interested over this year really start to come out. Abstraction. Accidental compositions. Pixelation, saturation of images. Pixelated text reminds me of trolls on twitter or tumblr, or some sort of hacking or trying to deviate from accepted formatting. c00l


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