'You are late,' Nosferatu in pixels.

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28.12.01 'You are Late', Nosferatu, in pixels.
Taken from his performance 'Muscle and Blood Plan', ' You are Late 'is a work in shockwave defined as' idiomorphic software', which recombines animating some frame of 'Nosferatu', a masterpiece of silent film by German director Murnau, built in 1922 . The author is the American Barbara Lattanzi, who used techniques 'diffusion dithering' to make the image into a black and white net, binary, although pseudo overlapping in a circular motion, make an animation be soft, similar to the uncertainties of the films of the time and that recursively back to the same scene.