Virtual reality enables us to experience real things in an artificial space. It is an attempt to imitate the existing and to cover the real. With digitalization, more and more experiences are transferred onto the screens. Gradually our experience moves so far from reality that we live by a digital memory. What if someone trips on the wires?
Rendering and Glitch is a pair of works that depicts an unnatural simulation of nature’s attempt to procure space for itself, free of humans. Like a sudden computer game error or that birthday photo, where the granny spills coffee on her blouse, being destroyed in the digital family album.