- Media Type
- A/V work
- Aspect ratio
Corrupt Galatian represents the struggle for life of a/v elements, the physical fragility of digital material and human perceptive adaptation, understanding the abstract language.
The evolutionary closeness of humans and digital artefacts is the aesthetic/ontological base for this concept.
The physical existence of the digital – inner struggle – digital death – digital remains – corrupt image of yourself – self culturcide.
Milos Peskir, born (1976) in Belgrade, Serbia. Educated in Visual Art, Intermedia.
Active in the field of, time-based and non time-based, 2D Visual Art.
Beside the content narrative, he is focused at decostructing the medium to challenge the perceptual relation with other nature of a subject… developing this essential value, by the measure of emptiness/patience against the space/time of visual or audio-visual material.