Size: 30"W x 30"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2011
Following series of binary code paintings created with using newspaper clippings, this piece consists of 8x8 modular areas. Newspaper clippings, covered with gesso and polyurethane and masked to write word wordplay with binary's zeros and ones, have details included the piece, revealing word Key in one of the ones especially.
This piece is part of series that I created to "control" every day busy life, where seemingly random ones and zeros actually hold an order and meaning for a larger picture. The title, wordplay, also reminds about the many faces of life: one word has multiple meanings and dimensions, varying from person to person.
VEERA PFAFFLI Is a Finnish graphic designer who moved to USA in 2006 with her family and enjoys painting, printing and using mixed media to bring every day little moments of life. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor's degree with Fashion Design at Bowie State University, MD. Most of her work contains binary code text, Braille writing or some form of a code, which holds the chaotic busy life together in Veera's world. Learning something new every day, preferably with the rules of the Mother Nature, respecting the environment, is Veera's motto, along with the life description of trying to make every day a bit happier, increasing laughter and memorable, good moments.