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When Not to use #javascript arrow functions?
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Series | SnapCode 4 - 10

Medium: Graphite, Pigment Liner, and Alcohol Ink Markers

Dates Completed: Dec 24 - Dec 31, 2018

These are the last seven drawings to the SnapCode Series. The series is based off of the constant usage of snapchat and other social medias in our lives. The increase is difficultness in viewing the image idicates the more influence we have been by tech. Our trueself becoming glitched and clouded by other people’s oppinions.

The use of Red, green, and blue further links the technology aspect to the pieces. These colours are refered to as the RGB spectrum. The RGB spectrum is mainly used in all technology, yet it mainly relates to anything with a screen. It is used to obtain any colour, basically allowing our screens to opperate. Aditionally, I added binary codeing as well as some static to the drawings, increasing as the series progressed. This linked to technolgy as well, and indicates a growing fault in ‘reality’.