Studio Artist user Victor Ingrassia has a show of limited edition prints at the Keter Salon in Berkeley California this month. The show's CV states the following. "Doing what he calls 'digital monk's work', his early explorations in experimental film, hand roto-scoped animation, audio collage, stereoscopic and hand colored photography have evolved into ground breaking graphics and animation which cuts against the grain of many current digital trends. His style reflects his personal journey along the border between the purely aesthetic and the technically obsessed."
Victrolux Productions 'digital animation with analog heart' has been used in narrative, documentary, music video, dance, theatre, corporate, and private projects, including the BBS mini series 'Gory Greek Gods'. His work has screened in Atlanta, Berkeley, Boulder, Dallas, Los Angeles, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, and Zagreb. He has taught film at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
You can check out some of the pieces in the show here, as well as get information on directions to the gallery/salon, or information on ordering prints from the show.
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