Keep Walking (2000)

A short flash movie of mutating figurative and urban forms.

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My most recent group of work researches the process of metamorphoses as it occurs in humans through the use of and interactions with technology. It is not a change of the Darwinian kind caused by nature, but one linked to the technological and scientific metamorphoses happening today.

One of the easiest ways to move ourselves physically and virtually is now via eletronics due to advanced technological resources. The human body is no longer limited to a small, constricted space but has become a "planetary body" without limitations. Represented in the work is my vision of this daily reality. The tools I have chosen to work with are the computer and it's interface.

Keep Walking...

Willianbul! City of a thousand faces. A meeting point between two worlds, two cultures, two people who love and hate each other at the same time.

Our education has been to understand distances from the criteria of its physical limitations; subjective more then objective. Distances between places are mostly opportunistic visions of our reality; dividing more than unifing a people.

Instead, I prefer thinking that reality becomes a place without distances... a place where our body and mind can expand without limits or borders...

Marcello Mazzella, Brooklyn- New York � 2001

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Artist Statement

My most recent group of work researches the process of metamorphoses as it occurs in humans through the use of and interactions with technology. It is not a change of the Darwinian kind caused by nature, but one linked to the technological and scientific metamorphoses happening today.

One of the easiest ways to move ourselves physically and virtually is now via eletronics due to advanced technological resources. The human body is no longer limited to a small, constricted space but has become a "planetary body" without limitations. Represented in the work is my vision of this daily reality. The tools I have chosen to work with are the computer and it's interface.

Keep Walking...

Willianbul! City of a thousand faces. A meeting point between two worlds, two cultures, two people who love and hate each other at the same time.

Our education has been to understand distances from the criteria of its physical limitations; subjective more then objective. Distances between places are mostly opportunistic visions of our reality; dividing more than unifing a people.

Instead, I prefer thinking that reality becomes a place without distances... a place where our body and mind can expand without limits or borders...

Marcello Mazzella, Brooklyn- New York

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