|When a digital camera is placed
close to a computer screen we can discover a new disharmony. The intersection
of the limits of the devices - the camera's zoom and the screen's resolution
- creates blurry images. Having world flags on the screen to which
the camera moves too close reminds me the problem of having physically
distinct but politically blurry borders between nations.
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Jason Salavon uses popular culture and day-to-day images as source material in some of his artwork. Salavon generates and reconfigures masses of communal material to present new perspectives on the familiar.