Interactive Video Installation
Fog, is perhaps a mytical conclusion to the increasing anxieties, fears, visual and auditory experiences. The viewer is included in the work and is a very spiritual point to end on. The works, which include technological mechanisms and surveillance methods trail off with this work, showing that Artut’s discourse is quite open-ended and quotidian.
The parameters that he sets up, the ways of thinking, might be “enhanced” version of reality, but the things that he plays with, the feelings that he works with are from the every day, every moment. Thus, the medium of technology—at the level that he works with— becomes one of the cornices of the triangular relationship that he sets up between art technology-quotidian and the tensions between these three corners become his raw material.
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