Jayson Edward Carter

is a photographer from NY. His photographs explore the forms and implications of humanoid bodies within their relation to technologies.

A few concepts are at work behind my images. The most obvious is the distortion of the human form, which in my opinion suggests transformation. Using peripheral devices, my photographs are imbued with a “digital aesthetic” that I hope will inspire the viewer to consider how our tech-centric culture changes us.

I view this manipulation as a conversation between the physical and the virtual -- the glitches that manifest on the final images are, in essence, miscommunications between the photograph and the computer. Some figures seem to dance with elation at the change while others emote boredom or isolation.

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