A blinking smile – a face frozen in time. That moment where you know you missed something or caught something that was not meant to be seen…
Our frustrations with the fallibility of the internet play out in Nicola Morton‘s Bad Internet. In this series of video and audio recordings, Morton uses Zoom to document performances by artists Kate Brown and Mark Brown. These disjointed records ask the viewer to find beauty in the degraded artefact.
Bad Internet furthers Morton’s process of modifying performance documentation based on the strength of the Wi-Fi connection at the scene of capture.
This series was commissioned by Our Neon Foe and presented as part of No Show.