Kim Asendorf

I’ve always had a special love for distortion, I remember watching jargled antennae programming on my grandma’s black and white tv and being more into the way it changed the proportions of the characters on the screen then the plot of the show.  Kim Asendorf must have had a similar upbringing to bring about the way he perceives space.  In his latest series of reimagined landscapes, Asendorf plays with pixelated disortions of mountain ranges, folding the chasms between horizons and peaks into a buckled series of gradiated belts.  In some images, Asendorf pursues complete abstraction, but in a few his pixel sorting compliments the natural landscape by seeming to plug into the natural vibration of the world and relay it through a lens.  Check out the whole series here or my favorites after the jump, really gorgeous stuff.

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