QR Art from Venezuela

Venezuelan artist Pedro Morales works with 2D code. Below are photographs of his latest work “Puras Flores” (Pure Flowers). He says, “Puras Flores is a digital work whose scale invariability is shaped by QR codes patterns. This fractal characteristic proposes aesthetics marked by ones and zeros, whites and blacks. The work has been assembled using a raffia mesh with fabrics applications shapes. Puras Flores is a work that uses interactive digital technology integrated to cell phone equipment in order to read content with simply pointing your phone to these codes.” Morales’ QR materials also include black pushpins on white fabric and thumbnail headshots of children on black fabric.

Adapted from an article on 2D Code.


About roberthilllong

I publish photography, poetry, prose poetry, and flash fiction as Robert Hill Long. I work at the University of Oregon, and can be contacted here: rohilong [at] uoregon [dot] edu.
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