I’m remixing, deconstructing, and Frankensteining all the images from my atmosfear collection on Cardano. Atmosfear Destroyed is what happens to them after I crank them through Glitch Lab, Flickr and Krita filters, and, of course, some manual work with my stylus.
These are all 1/1 and will be dropped on OBJKT in waves
Enjoy the oxygen while it lasts.
01 and 02 are now listed on OBJKT.
The Dada art movement was, in part, about rejecting meticulous planning when creating art. Letting the chips fall where they may. In this case, it was done with an algorithm. But since computers are incapable of generating truly random numbers, I suppose this doesn't really count. Oh well.
Back in the day, your TV used to cut out suddenly in the middle of your favorite show to produce an annoying, high-pitched, multi-tone beep that lasted way too long, followed by a man saying "This has been a test of the emergency broadcast system. This is only a test. If this had been an actual emergency, blah blah blah."
Before photocopiers were present in schools, your teacher had to make your homework sheets using a mimeograph machine. The ink was bluish and smeary and smelled weird. The print quality was not great, and often they would make copies from copies so many times you could no longer read what you were supposed to do.
It's like they say. Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug. If you're the bug, isn't it bad enough that you got smashed by a car? Now the owner has the nerve to bitch about your splattered remains on the vehicle, like it was your fault.