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DIGITAL VIDEO WALL | EDEN | JOSEPH DESLER COSTA



In the context of DIGITAL VIDEO WALL | EDEN, Metronom presents The Violent Sequence (2016), a video work by artist Joseph Desler Costa, that will be screened on Metronom's video wall in August.

This second video intervention takes its name from the title of a Pink Floyd song scored for the final scene of Michelangelo Antonioni's Zabriskie Point (1970). Costa's version of The Violent Sequence is a meditation on the attraction and trappings of consumerism and desire in an on-demand world. The Violent Sequence pictures an endless sequence in which an array of commercial products orbit, surround and tempt us in a contradicting, slowed down vision of beauty and repulsion.

 

DIGITAL VIDEO WALL is the annual project structured into thematic chapters, inaugurated by Metronom with the Patronage of the Municipality of Modena, to promote the diffusion and experimentation of digital art. DIGITAL VIDEO WALL creates a space devoted to the display and presentation of digital art languages, in order to explore their expressive possibilities and engage with the multifaceted context of new technologies. 

 

The first chapter of the project will investigate the concept of EDEN, a contemporary earthly paradise intended as a luxuriant primordial landscape or a place for the fulfilment of desires. The screened works will decline the idea of EDEN through the expressive methods of digital art.

 

As part of the program of each intervention, an event will be organized in the form of a lecture, series of projections, thematic focuses that will deepen the authors' experimentation on Generazione Critica's website.