A poetic digital narrative exploring physical appearance and self-identity
Created by Andy Campbell in 2001, Facedown is a poetic narrative exploring physical appearance and self-identity sprawled across a manipulated scan of the author's face. A series of optional animated cut-sequences reveal visual poems-in-motion created through arrays and mathematical formulas that can in some instances be regenerated. Facedown had a strong influence on the concept of moving and 'floating' visual texts found in later Dreaming Methods works such as WALLPAPER and All the Delicate Duplicates.
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