Default World Dreaming One of the signifying qualities of Burning Man is that there is no television, cell phone services or internet signal. All connection within the 78,000 person community is done in real time and space, which creates moments of creative serendipity and openness. NewYork artist Taki Fey, explores this lack of social programing in his work. He states: “the television has the power to shape the belief systems of the majority of a nation, and thus is truly a piece of modern sorcery. The default world created by the television has become “reality” for a vast swath of the population” His GreenTV is a re-approprition of the old cathode ray television set. By unplugging it from it’s “source”, the “Green TV” tunes into the world of visions and dreams by turning its former screen into a mist filled terrarium that conjures a holographic of folkloric spirits.
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The infinite ART Beat by Artist Justin Eastman shows us the potential depth of out love. While it appears to be shallow, we can see that the vessel has little depth, but when we peer inside, we can see that heart is infinite. The changing lights represents the cycle of our love throughout our lives and the infinite combinations that are possible. Presents Default World Dreaming! A group exhibition inspired by the BurningMan experience artwork pulsating flashing and colorful LED lights that are constantly changing. The original inspiration for this was from the artists fiancé, who over dinner said “when a group of people can hear or visualize someone’s heartbeat, the entire group will begin to syncopate with that heart beat visualization or sound”. MovingMedia StyleShow happy Friday creative moving what’s next positive fun new Media series filming new Media @2001films (at Gallery 151)