Tom Leonhardt

1984, 07:30 minutes, colour


A visual and musical meditation on the relationship between the individual and the computer. The boundary between the two worlds; the analog and the digital, gradually dissolves when the image of a face is input into the machine, massaged and transformed into a surreal mask.

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