Black Square Desecration|
Kazimir Malevich's "Black Square" (1915) receives glitch treatment - perceived as "desecration" - and perhaps embraced by this Suprematist if he were alive
today. Suprematism is based upon "the supremacy of pure artistic feeling" (sensation), and the kinetic glitch treatment enhances these emotions via pixel reconfigurations, the introduction of
color fields and movement. The sound component complements the feeling. This video piece could be viewed as Neo-Suprematism.
Experimental Animation and Video Art Program, LINOLEUM International Contemporary Animation and Media-Art Festival, Ukraine, September 28 - October 1, 2017.
Online art residency at St. Petersburg Art Residency (Russia): https://virtualresidency.p-10.ru/author/tom-chambers/.
The St. Petersburg Art Residency (SPAR) was founded in 2012 in the oldest local art center Pushkinskaya-10. The art center Pushkinskaya-10 is a collective art work, a monument to the victory of free culture over conformist Soviet ideology - the sole example of an independent and self-organized artist commune. During the 25 years of its existence, Pushkinskaya-10 has become a point of interest for artists and art collectives.