El caleidoscopio del eterno ahora (Laura Luna Castillo. México.) 6:49 min.
The kaleidoscope of the eternal now is a dance of memories, where forgetfulness and the rhythm of the ordinary unravels and registers within intensities, regularities, intermittences, urgencies and small vibrations. Through music and generative visuals, an atmosphere of the familiar and the unusual is weaved and unraveled, through stimuli that evoke melancholy images about an ephemeral present, which is breaking down as we traverse and explore it. The memory of the now is distorted into a bittersweet mix of noise, digital corruptions, samples and algorithms. Filmed just before the pandemic reached Mexico, these little snapshots of an ordinary day have gain new significance and relevance, they have become an archive of a pre-Covid normality.
Sound and audiovisual creation by Laura Luna. 2020.
LAURA LUNA CASTILLO
Laura is a multimedia artist and musician, currently based in Puebla, Mexico. She began her artist practice through photography, later developing an interest in video and film. Laura completed her MA in Fine Arts (Distinction), specializing in sculpture and Installation. She is set to begin her PhD in Digital Arts and Experimental Media at DXARTS, University of Washington. Laura has developed different multidisciplinary projects, where materials and technologies coexist in the forms of audiovisual performances, objects, installation and interactive works. She recently developed an audiovisual immersive and interactive VR 360 narrative presented at The Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center in NY and at The Cube Fest 2019 at Virginia Tech, USA.
Interview to Laura Luna, talking about her creative experience. Filmed via long distance computer call: SKYPE.