FILE Sao Paulo 2019 | Anima +
Electronic Language International Festival
A tragic love story in virtual space, driven by virality and employing parallel and layered visual narratives. This digitally generated film is an exploration of VR aesthetics and merges slit-scan and lenticular photography with Edvard Munch’s ‘The Scream’. Once upon a time on a deserted parking lot, in a galaxy far far away, everything turns rainbow, rainbow, and rainbow…
Faiyaz Jafri studied at the Technical University of Delft (MSc) and is a self-taught animation artist and music composer. Jafri’s art explores Jungian archetypes in the modern world, distilling the pop references of mass media and global popular culture into a visual shorthand of neo-archetypes. His work has been shown in the form of print, paintings, installations, animations, and sculptures. Jafri’s award-winning films have screened at prestigious festivals and museums. He is a part-time professor at Parsons School of Design and Queens College in New York.