SCISSORS Installation by Aissa Santiso

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SCISSORS

Aissa Santiso

Spain

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Size: 275 W x 95 H x 78 in

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Installation: Video, Interactive, New Media, Paint, Environmental on Other, Stone.

SCISSORS
Prize of Creation ESTUDIO21, The Havana, Cuba.

I have always been curious and even nice to see how from the everyday emerge new forms of communications that influence, structure and modify the urban language. Those are given into a fluctuating process in change at time of human relationships between time and space are diversified.
KIERS SR PART D MI RALIDAD (Do you want to be part of my reality) urban language produced by the immediacy of mobile phone text messages.

SCISSORS proposes talk about the emergence of other forms of language that originate internally within the system from which underlie as result of the autonomy imposed by new technologies.

The piece is a video installation consisting in a closed circuit working in two simultaneous spaces connected by halls, in which the software MAX MSP fragments in real-time the video sequence captured by a camera to be projected in the second space.

The fragmentation of the image is an individual perception symbolizing segmentation of everyday life in micro-operating spaces working together within the same context.
Immediately it is understandable that the computer opens a different way of viewing reality. As you create new forms of hegemonic power through the called “voice of freedoms” proposed by networks as inter and transdisciplinary space in public spheres, but that really happens is that new technologies lead to a classification in which the subject - being becomes a database. It is where lies the vigil. That is the gesture handling.


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