Explore '1.618?,' a 13-second looped video art piece. Witness birds gracefully tracing the golden ratio path in playful satire, challenging our inclination to find meaning in nature's patterns. Inspired by pareidolia, the loop concludes with an Adobe Premiere screen showing missing footage—a clever pun challenging the notion of a simulated reality. '1.618?' invites reflection on our perceptions, offering a lighthearted exploration of the interplay between nature, mathematics, and the art of jest.
Extra Large Acrylic: 11.4 x 7.5 x 1.1 inches
Comes with US plug and custom cable
Yoshi Sodeoka has been a pioneering figure in visual art since the 1990s, exploring the realm of visual arts through various media such as GIFs and print materials. His neo-psychedelic style, utilizing advanced techniques like digital video feedback and video sampling, consistently carves out new horizons in the visual arts.His work extends across multiple domains, collaborating with renowned international musicians such as Metallica, Tame Impala, Oneohtrix Point Never, Max Cooper, and engaging in video collaborations and advertising projects with Apple and Samsung, along with contributing illustrations to the New York Times.
Loop Duration 2m 10s
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