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An installation image of James Hoff's "Skywiper 122," a vinyl wallpaper made up of bright green, orange, purple, blue striations and glitches

Skywiper 122's hallucinatory suffusion of color was created by infecting a digital photograph of a painting with Skywiper, a computer virus created as part of a joint cyber espionage effort by Israel and the United States. Through randomized striation, Hoff references the inherent disorder of technological communication and the ways in which destruction is often self-inflicted unknowingly by participants within digital networks.

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