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As a kid in the 80s and early 90s, I used to delve into computer games and artworks, especially those early independent works that were far from being professional products.I was fascinated by the rudimental images, with their vibrant palette, their square shapes and the often surreal atmosphere. The vagueness and unclarity of those drawings exercised a strong impact on my kid’s imagination and at the time I used to consider them as some sort of digital impressionism.
In this piece I intended to explore my relationship with this very ephemeral medium, which is now present only in my memory, as most of the ephemeral supports that stored this data already demagnetised.  Here I tried to create the sonic rendering of a strongly pixelated image, whose units are constantly changing and grouping up in shapes and outlines that emerge from the background and let the viewer's imagination take over.