Mathew Timmons — Sound Noise

Sounded through a persian rug (or snagged carpet) of google searches, Mathew Timmons pries apart how we receive and process sensory information. As if search alerts themselves were as much mirror as atomized prosthesis, Timmons replicates a pattern attuned to static in the gaps — one that signals the subtle difference between Sound and Noise (and the snowy movement of the “static” image). Search here is configured as a multiplicitous chase towards a broken prototype. But, as he writes “I chucked the thought that it could ever be perfect again, so I tracked down a copy instead. Then when I got the copy, I realized it didn’t fit like the original.”

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