Day, Night, Noise

Arya Tabandehpoor

In this series, I have used parts of screen-printing dryer and photo-cutting machines. Similar to images sent from Earth to Moon, I have distorted the photographs. The images become scrambled due to atmospheric turmoil. An editing software corrects the errors to give us a fine image. By tweaking the printing machines, I distort the images over again.

Arya Tabandehpoor, “Day, Night, Noise”, from “Retooling” series, (part of a photo-cutting machine, photographs printed on a metallic paper, offset plate, wooden frame, translucent plexiglas, adaptor, on-off switch, double-sided tape, screw, washer, green ink, 90 degrees’ brace), 70 x 75 cm, 2019
Arya Tabandehpoor, “Day, Night, Noise”, from “Retooling” series, (part of a photo-cutting machine, photographs printed on a metallic paper, offset plate, wooden frame, translucent plexiglas, adaptor, on-off switch, double-sided tape, screw, washer, green ink, 90 degrees’ brace), 70 x 75 cm, 2019
Arya Tabandehpoor, “Day, Night, Noise”, from “Retooling” series, (part of a photo-cutting machine, photographs printed on a metallic paper, offset plate, wooden frame, translucent plexiglas, adaptor, on-off switch, double-sided tape, screw, washer, green ink, 90 degrees’ brace), 70 x 75 cm, 2019
Arya Tabandehpoor, “Day, Night, Noise”, from “Retooling” series, installation image, 2019