ragtags studio central: sarah's random this & that

random means "having no definite aim or purpose," (1655), taken from "at random" (1565), "at great speed" (thus, "carelessly, haphazardly"). In 1980s college student slang, it somehow, and sadly, acquired a distinct sense of "inferior, undesirable." (Online Etymology Dictionary, Douglas Harper) Well, okay, fine, Mr. Online Etymology Dictionary person, but THIS is the 21st Century. It's a whole new ball of wax.

Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Oh those crazy nuances of modulations...

Thank God, I'll never worry about writing another d*&^ Artist Statement again - with the help of The Market-O-Matic (1.0) [fine arts version], I am SO covered:


Work of Post-Art in the Age of Symbiotic Reproduction

The flux creates, the chaos reproduces. In the material reality, art objects are resurrections of the imaginations of the flux -- a flux that uses the chaos as a parallax to deconstruct ideas, patterns, and emotions. With the evolution of the electronic environment, the flux is approaching a point where it will be free from the chaos to realize immersions into the parameters of the delphic reality. Work of Post-Art in the Age of Symbiotic Reproduction contains 10 minimal flash engines (also refered to as "soundtoys") that enable the user to make prophetic audio/visual compositions.

measuring chains, constructing realities

putting into place forms

a matrix of illusion and disillusion

a strange attracting force

so that a seduced reality will be able to spontaneously feed on it

sarah fishburn's work investigates the nuances of modulations through the use of jumpcut motion and close-ups which emphasize the Symbiotic nature of digital media. fishburn explores abstract and scarlet scenery as motifs to describe the idea of hyper-real reality. Using aggressive loops, non-linear narratives, and allegorical images as patterns, fishburn creates meditative environments which suggest the expansion of art...

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