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