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Studio Visit with Peter Horvath

By Rhizome

Turbulence Artist Studios recently launched some works by Peter Horvath as part of its program to showcase fresh faces in the net.art scene. Featuring 3 full-length and 6 ten-second web pieces, Horvath's works are non-interactive, net.based videos engaging us in the possibility of technological intimacy. They are multilayered and created with a logic and aesthetic endemic of the web, while referencing surrealist and collage film vocabularies. These works employ the lyrical language of the cinema to compose an autobiographical portrait wherein the viewer hovers over a series of multi-layered videos. Finally, they exist as a composition of emerging frames which overlap, collapse and fill the computer's own bordered space.

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