Low Res Frame Reload is the second of a series of three frames in selected woods, dealing with the idea of glitch, a digital fault, applied to recognizable iconic shapes.

The frame is made by hundreds of fine woods cubes, used as they were pixels of a stolen web pic of a baroque frame.
Playing with the concept of low resolution / high value, ancient shape / digital information, perfect crafting / wrong data transmission, the project challenges the limits of our perception about an iconic shape and questions if a digital error could be transformed in something of value.

Projected by Diego Zanella and edited by italian company Superego Editions the frame is 136 cm high, 112 cm width, every wooden cube is 4 x 4 cm

Materials: beech, cherry, maple, ash, mahogany, oak, chestnut, rosewood, walnut