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Making a fiscal multiple-screen work that places images on top of one other, as billboards on a highway or windows on a desktop, or error messages on a screen. Shifting different GiF’s, scrolling pages on a website, getting videos of archivists and storage systems, and self-recorded natural videos with LO-FI resources claiming and discovering the path of the PROSUMERS.
Calling a point of inflection between the old and the new; using this nostalgia [old video aesthetics] as the past which will become a starting-point for analyzing the present day the so called “new aesthetics” as a way to grasp our own time, as if through binoculars held the wrong way. Generating an energy on the viewer which, in the passage through ‘body-and image-space, has gathered force to such a degree that the image invade the body, whereupon body and image become one, resulting, in effect, in the leap into a mechanical space that questions, WHO IS IN CONTROL?
A retrospective on the IMAGE and the pop media cultures, creating a reflection on the temporality of these forms and what are the aesthetics delivered by these information vehicles now days; using video art, tacky typo’s and on line GIF’s.
I meant to create an introspective digital installation made from “dreamy” natural imaginaries and create a collage of mixed digital media experimenting with our daily image outputs [monitor screens].
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