Zachary Pescador BFA Video & Sound Thesis Fall 2017

Muzzle & Patch

Merging material abstraction with representational form, I am interested in mining the slippages between images and objects found in digital and physical space. Specifically, I’m interested in manipulating and overlapping these spaces in attempts to dissolve geographical and cultural separations. This overlap is inspired by my time roaming video game zones, aimlessly wandering and projecting onto the digital collage space. The zones found within video games collage disparate forms of media and transform media and genres into a new ideas and shapes of what they were. We are left with the ruins of systems and vague glimpses of a world.

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Fall 2017