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Base64
Base64
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Base 64
Base 64

A photograph of a sculpture, made as part of an installation, converted into Base64 code. The code represents the image, and the sculpture yet is indecipherable. The code becomes an object on the page, a new language and text that cannot be read. Only the form can be read. The code is presented at a width of 72 characters using Courier; the width and font understood by the encoding software. Matthew was granted the Café Royal publishing award, enabling him to realise the ideas submitted for t

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Base64 book
Base64 book
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A photograph of a sculpture, made as part of an installation, converted into Base64 code. The code represents the image, and the sculpture yet is indecipherable. The code becomes an object on the page, a new language and text that cannot be read. Only the form can be read. The code is presented at a width of 72 characters using Courier; the width and font understood by the encoding software. Matthew was granted the Café Royal publishing award, enabling him to realise the ideas submitted for t

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Morse code
Morse code

Photograph courtesy of Craig Atkinson/CafeRoyalBooks Artist Matthew Birchall http://artistsbooksandmultiples.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/holiday-recommendation-guest-post-1.html

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Morse code book
Morse code book

CafeRoyalBooks

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Morse Code SD card
Morse Code SD card

Contains over 44hrs of audio

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morse code book
morse code book

Artist Matthew Birchall http://artistsbooksandmultiples.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/holiday-recommendation-guest-post-1.html

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Micro SD card/morse code
Micro SD card/morse code

Artist Matthew Birchall Photograph courtesy of Craig Atkinson, Cafe Royal books. http://artistsbooksandmultiples.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/holiday-recommendation-guest-post-1.html

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A photograph of a sculpture, made as part of an installation, converted into Base64 code. The code represents the image, and the sculpture yet is indecipherable. The code becomes an object on the page, a new language and text that cannot be read. Only the form can be read. The code is presented at a width of 72 characters using Courier; the width and font understood by the encoding software. Matthew was granted the Café Royal publishing award, enabling him to realise the ideas submitted for t

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