Another couple shots from my ongoing “year in walls” series. One is from the handycam, the other from the new Canon. A friend’s office faces the back wall of the New Museum in Manhattan. I love looking at the strange quantization problems of an image shot with a consumer-grade lens, through a window, through a screen, at a highly textured facade, and finally compressed for the web.
The other one is shot on the street in front of the museum.
Stare at these two if you want to have a headache after a few minutes.