By Alejandro Marote

Fracking is an audio-visual project that aims to release part of the creative energy retained by pixels in the depths of the digital underground. In order to help contemporary image break free from its own digital prison, we will inject a series of sound frequencies into the mathematical algorithms that create them.

Only after fracturing the digital cortex of each image by means of consecutive acoustic vibration loads, we can excavate the extraction channels necessary to access the place where pixels reside. In understanding how all man-made images are being globalised through the use of ones and zeros, we can demolish the foundations of this virtual prison and push toward the surface most of the energy retained by pixels in the nether regions of digital screens.