Random City, 2012.
Random City is a program that produces collages of random urban landscapes in a gritty black and white low resolution 80s style. The work explores the element of randomness in conjunction to traditional landscape composition. The black and white interpretation of the original images is made using dither, the addition of vibration or randomness in distributing pixels to produce a smoother picture when viewed from afar. The technique was first applied to allied bomb target computers during WWII and was subsequently used for image processing during the cold war, as early as the 1950s.