An investigation of the relationship between past and present. Through this exploration, this video looks to to portray the human experience of change through light and sound. Working with light and movement in space, the video aims to transcend the subject matter. We are constantly moving, constantly burning and replenishing. This process of constant change is beautiful, elegant in its own right. As disparate as the past traditions of the still life might seem to the future realities in artificial intelligence, there is a bridge across the gap. ”Light Diet” looks to construct and reform this bridge.
Damon Freed, Shawn Burkard & Dickson Beall
Bruno David Gallery | December 2, 2011 – January 20, 2012
Arched Art Now Review