New York, NYUSA
August 19, 2013
I attempt to show that the value of art is not based only on its physical structure, but also on its contextual relationship with culture, creative abilities of the individual and the receptive culture of the viewer. I have been doing animations incorporating accidental glitches and errors that happen during the process of digitalization of my work. Apart from the digitally produced content, I have been experimenting with different ways of recording a moving image and engaging the viewer. I am interested in enabling the viewer to interact with the final work in a form of real-time participation. Through a combination of video mixers and cctv cameras (and Kinect technology) I want to provide the viewer wit access to a artificially constructed reality where it is hard to determine who is the creator and who the viewer.
Not yet, but am very much interested in learning. I am particularly interested in spacial and body scans and animating the 3d models.
Definitely yes, I would be willing to show my work so far... I am fluent in most of the digital tools, mainly Photoshop and After Effects and have been playing around with Z-Brush.
I am seeking to erase the boundaries between art and life, exploring the issues of personal privacy, social roles of the individual and alternative off-grid lifestyles through hybridization and appropriation of decontextualized content.