15.05.15 by Staff

Jonathan Keller Keller

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JK Keller re-appropriated standard software to distort the audio and visuals of popular television shows. Posted on YouTube with titles like “NEw alGOriTHm USed To RemastEr seInfEld epIsoDeS iN hD” and “STar trEk TO bE RErelEAsed iN VERtIcAL CINeMa ForMat (coMMErciAl),” Keller explores the concept of manipulation, socially as much as technologically.

See some of Keller’s work below, including Realigning My Thoughts on Jasper Johns, his 2011 re-mastering of the entire Simpsons episode “Mom and Pop Art.”

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  • Makes one appreciate the confines of reality that we live in, sometimes, while also being able to experience this fantastic other subjective version of vision and sound without hallucingenics . . . although media is a hallucinigenci in itself :). Beautiful work JK Keller!

    • Kimi

      “hallucinigenci” is my new favourite word

  • Would be interesting to have experienced this with live television programming. Nice work.





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