Video Photo Info
Wayward is inspired by the postwar artists who began to use photographs from the press, such as Andy Warhol, Martha Rosler, Robert Rauschenberg and Wolf Vostell. In the sixties, social protests encouraged many artists to manipulate press photos of wars, political demonstrations and other social upheavals. Silk-screen prints, photomontages, collages and other appropriation techniques largely dominated this era.

Fifty years later, Wayward reprocesses photojournalistic images, but this time filtered by the digital tool. Pictures from the daily news are digitally processed with visual effects that evoke analog and photochemical techniques of the past. This endless stream of information becomes fodder for these generative artworks that are process-based and never ending.
4K HDR screen, generative custom software, computer.