The Low-Res series transforms poor-quality video screenshots into abstract double-sided
weavings. Fragments of
Hito Steyerl's essay, "In
Defense of the Poor Image"
(2009), which inspired the research, appear on the reverse-side of the weavings.
The series speaks of the astounding amount of image and video content
available online, the quality of which is often so poor as to make one question
its use, its uploader's intentions, and its value to society.