loud-ass is right.
the editing is, I will guess, primarily about the color,
and then texture, but what I am finding interesting is
the way the digitalization and the interaction flattens
the texture into pattern and the way that affects the marks
that make up the texture that make up the pattern.
it's, I'm repeating myself, I believe, a simultaneous movement
away from the source of the marks and thus the act of making them
and toward their sort of sovereignty as components -- as the sole
components -- of an image, the image.