An exploration in breaking and rearranging digital images. I was drawn to the notion of the latent image in digital photography and its potential to communicate with the viewer. A glitched image is like an ruin, it is fragmented and distanced from its original function, but still retains an allure that borders on nostalgia. For this series I used glitched photographs of an abandoned swimming hole in rural Knox County by opening the images in a text editing tool and splicing snippets of photo theory into the code. I then printed the glitched images as digital negatives and made cyanotype prints to further distance the reproduced image from the latent, as well as poke at the irony of a digitally altered image printed in a traditional wet process.