What form does a manifesto take when the artist began in the digital world and is now exploring the physical terrain of textures and decay?
This 82-page typographic and visual artwork contains provocative quotes represented in loud and quiet moments. Quotes from philosophers visually push the boundaries of legibility and pattern-making - creating a place where words become visual textures. The final chapter titled Transcendence captures the artists' original narrative explorations and artist manifesto.
"Working with materiality changed the way I saw the digital world and the way I thought about glitch aesthetic. During the creation process, I explored a variety of topics including appropriation, decay/glitch, alternative realities, lucid dreaming, and conceptual contradictions. My manifesto came to life as I began to research and curate content from popular films, philosophers, and poets in order to reinterpret the content through my new way of seeing Design."
- Carolina Ibarra-Mendoza, IMCarolina.com
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