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Brittany Brush
Atlanta, Georgia

Proyecto: Momento Mori

Memento Mori is a meditative audio and visual experience, inviting space to contemplate our intimate relationship to death and mortality. Expressed through constructed fragments of memory, the installation is inspired by surrealistic motifs in which imagery sequences channel subconscious thoughts and feelings. Ultimately, the experience induces inward reflection that considers the fragile nature of our existence.

tag: videoart


Brittany Brush
Atlanta, Georgia

Proyecto: Impulse Somatic


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Carl Knickerbocker
Proyecto: Night Periscope

Collage of images and voices from the Periscope app.

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Carla Chan
Hong Kong / Berlín

Proyecto: Black Moves

BLACK MOVES is a video that creates a spatial drama and a virtual landscape that simulates the forming and de-forming of an amorphous black mass, an evocative sensorial unfolding that traverses between the boundaries of the physical and the psychological as experienced inside a dark space.The multi-layered visuals in the video are created with a set of noise-generation algorithm simulating organic formations and patterns found in nature. These noise-like organic visual crystals are my attempts in naturalizing digital imageries via the creation of a virtual landscape. BLACK MOVES springs from my long obsession and fascination with natural transformations, particularly formless shapes and their movement. The transformative power of natural substances such as water, rock, air and clouds produce infinite varying forms that seem both ordered and random at the same time. These magical transformations continuously disorient and fascinate the senses, creating a rich perceptual journey that is chartered for a mysterious unknown cosmic. This unknown cosmic can be seen as a representation of an external world as well as a mirror of the psyche from within, where the immanent and the transcendent are fused as one via the ever-changing audiovisuality.

tag: videoart


Chartier Russell J.

Proyecto: Deconstructed

The video aspect of the piece, through layered and often opposing imagery representative of the artist's experiences in the year 1999, is intended to provoke a gestalten experience from the viewer. The video component exploits the artifacts that are inherent to the video medium as a conscious deconstruction of the medium itself. Various techniques, including varying of frame rates and aspect ratios, rescanning, and large-scale feedback loops achieved through satellite manipulation, contribute to the deconstruction process. The video is layered with different encoding versions (NTSC, PAL, and SEACAM) which results in a single unified piece that is uniquely experienced dependent on the locale where it is viewed. The musical component of this work centers around an ascending melodic fragment which is presented through distressed piano recordings. Viola da gamba, voice, and environmental recordings along with sounds found in the composer's archive that date from the year 1999 are collaged together to form a tapestry upon which various transformations of the piano fragment are set upon. This juxtaposition, of the tapestry and the piano line which tirelessly struggles in its ascension, acts as a metaphor for the continued hope and promise which lies beyond 1999. An important aspect of the collaboration between Russell J. Chartier and Paul J. Botelho is the principle of synchronicity. The video artist and the composer never work directly with one another's work during the collaboration. Only the specific duration of the piece is agreed upon and no other communication in regard to the work is made during the collaboration. Solely upon the completion of both the video and music components is the work realized. The artists call this process a collective subconscious, a term which refers not only to the exclusionary creative actions which take place in their collaborative effort, but more broadly as the commonality that permeates betwixt the artists and those close to them.

Sound artist name > Paul J Botelho http://pauljbotelho.com/ 4- Video artist name > Russell J Chartier http://pauljbotelho.com/videoart

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Christian Sawa


Proyecto: Momentum

This video work references Walter Benjamin's essay "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" and links it to the cultural phenomenon of photographing and recording videos excessively, by that making these documents an additional form of memory. The intention is to explore the possibilities and consequences of these digital memories being corrupted, altered and, ultimately, destroyed. The process is intrinsic to the final pieces and involves using short clips of video files which are transcoded into audio clips. These are then altered by various methods before being converted back into video files, only to have the whole process repeated again. The outcome is a visual document of the progression of deterioration in which the element of chance reacting within carefully set restraints. To paraphrase Boris Groys, "if the techniques of mechanical reproduction gave us objects without aura, digital production generates aura without objects, transforming all its materials into vanishing markers of the transitory present." The video deals with the process of "forgetting" within digital memory. In addition to that the look of the video piece actively works against the process of memorising it, creating memories of it. It is a combination of brief, highly degraded images that only trigger the short term memory. For the observer it is more or less impossible to remember single frames in any detail, all that is left in his/her brain is that persons very own construct of the images. By that, the video, which is about the corruption of images and collective digital memory, will create a corrupted image of itself within the head of the observer.

tag: videoart


ClaRa ApaRicio Yoldi
Londres. UK

Proyecto: Don Quijote

Postdigital Road movie. Visual poem of Castilian landscapes where the mills and the bull, typical elements of the Spanish roads, are transformed and distorted in the mind of a contemporary Don Quixote. "Fortune is arranging matters for us better than we could have shaped our desires ourselves, for look there, friend Sancho Panza, where thirty or more monstrous giants present themselves, all of whom I mean to engage in battle and slay, and with whose spoils we shall begin to make our fortunes; for this is righteous warfare, and it is God good service to sweep so evil a breed from off the face of the earth". – Miguel de Cervantes, Don Quijote de la Mancha –

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