New Work: Mute City Dreemz (2010)

 

 

Mute City Dreemz (2010)

HD Video Projection onto Trace, Glass
1080p, dimensions variable

Description:

The Paleolithic used the cave painting ceremonially to visualize the hunt – to either worship or call upon the Bison for its blessings (to be used for food, tools, clothing). Today, we do not use these methods – I do not visualize a supermarket or retail department store through art in order to bring food, clothing, goods etc. Our visions are of a different kind – a ‘better’ future world, dreams of a techno-future, collective aspirations for a phosphorescent urbanization, neon-nature, crystal castles… Mute City Dreemz is a dream and a memory, where 16 bit Nintendo meets floating geometries in a slow, hazy vision of a future gone totally electric.

Mute City Dreemz was shown at Blindside Gallery in Melbourne, Australia, from 17th – 20th of November.

Images of the Nicholas Building, Blindside Gallery, Celluloid Cave Opening night and ‘Mute City Dreemz’ after the jump: