FILE SAO PAULO 2019 | LED SHOW
Electronic Language International Festival
Against a peripheral backdrop of three billion years of speculative Continental Drift – past, present and future, energy from a central fingertip/torpedo-like object pulses. At a time when we alternately feel empowered and disempowered in acts small and large, a reminder that the energy we put out into the world is a likely influencer.
Laurel Beckman’s video-animations and public projects investigate perceptual phenomena, stage & screen space, science & consciousness, and affect. Beckman’s projects have screened in festivals, public spaces, museums and galleries throughout the world in over 30 countries including: USA, Peru, Canada, Italy, Palestine, France, Australia, India, Brazil, Switzerland, China, Iran, Spain, and the Netherlands. She is a professor of Experimental Video/Animation and Public Practices at the University of California (Santa Barbara, USA).