224.844.349 m/s book by La Kursala 2016

This book gathers the result that how the speed light travels at in order to go through water (224.844.349 m/s) allows us to break the algorithm of digital images and to dive into the depths of the screen, to that place where the pixel is born. This minimal unit stands at the basis of contemporary plastic arts and it is its mathematical language that makes it possible for cities like Cadiz and Havana, connected by their architectural origins but separated by the blue ocean, to communicate visually. By navigating on the pixel we will be able to pass through the marine looking glass that brings these two twin cities apart, and at the same time to bring together all of the gazes projected from the shore into one reflection.

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