Take the data file that is a digitized 16mm stag film from the 1960's. Alter the data.
The stag film puts the viewer in the original cameraman's place, intimate distance from the stripping woman. "Moshing" the data interrupts our gaze; the nakedness revealed in her strip veiled by data decay and digital hallucination.
The dance with each viewer's perception thresholds mirrors the stripper's dance. A meditation on the agency of the viewed.
7:00 // b&w with color // 16:9 // with sound // animation-based experimental art
2014 Oct 18 peep screened in the "Looking, and Looking Back" selection of Transient Visions, Spool Manufacturing, Johnson City, NY.
2014 Oct 13 peep published as featured video work, with artist statement and interview, in Stigmart10 Autumn 2014 VideoFocus : issuu.com/stigmart10press/docs/stigmart_videofocus_autumn_2014/70
2013 Dec 1-15 peep screened in International Streaming Festival, 8th Edition. The Hague, Netherlands.
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