A head crash is a hard-disk failure that occurs when a read–write head of a hard disk drive comes in contact with its rotating platter, resulting in permanent and usually irreparable damage to the magnetic media on the platter surface. It is most commonly caused by a sudden severe motion of the disk, for example the jolt caused by dropping a laptop on the ground while it is operating.
Some photos of what I’ve been working on leading up to the deadline…
Double sided offset litho poster print, edition of 45.
Got a CRT monitor from a lovely Freecycle user in Lewisham. Ready to experiment with!!
(In no order)
Alternative artist book fair.
Audiovisual art event.