Similarly, when any art is re-mediated, it is often done so without any consideration for its size. Too often are works of art scaled to fit the screen viewers are seeing it on. Yes, the work’s caption may include dimensions for reference, but these are easily ignored when viewing the art as a tiled image on a digital screen. When this occurs, the artwork has lost its physicality entirely, rendering it a digital reproduction without any of the anchoring principles originally composed by the artist during initial creation.

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Similarly, when any art is re-mediated, it is often done so without any consideration for its size. Too often are works of art scaled to fit the screen viewers are seeing it on. Yes, the work’s caption may include dimensions for reference, but these are easily ignored when viewing the art as a tiled image on a digital screen. When this occurs, the artwork has lost its physicality entirely, rendering it a digital reproduction without any of the anchoring principles originally composed by the artist during initial creation.

Similarly, when any art is re-mediated, it is often done so without any consideration for its size. Too often are works of art scaled to fit the screen viewers are seeing it on. Yes, the work’s caption may include dimensions for reference, but these are easily ignored when viewing the art as a tiled image on a digital screen. When this occurs, the artwork has lost its physicality entirely, rendering it a digital reproduction without any of the anchoring principles originally composed by the artist during initial creation.