100 Lost Images engages with the concept of glitch as any scenario that results in an unanticipated malfunction within an intentionally prearranged system. The system can range from a computer or a camera device… to a consensual romantic relationship… to a political or socioeconomic institution. Glitch, as defined in this scope, can often result in loss, and that loss can manifest physically, emotionally, psychologically, or metaphorically.
This work is an installation of 100 Polaroid images from botched film packs taped to the wall in rows. The installation serves as a literal representation of loss, as well as a metaphorical one.