Sediment | Screening: Pop ApocalypticAnimation
- Thu 19.May @ 21:40 - 23:00
- Sun 22.May @ 20:00 - 21:00
Sediment is a review on the erosion of organic and digital material . The video moves from each location as it depicts differing sections of decay and weathering of presented elements. The broken components echo to the warping of form and memory over time, and through that distortion they merge into new configurations. Gamache combines multiple elements of improvised drawing, glitch manipulation, overlayed video, and portraiture to visually explore the themes addressed in Sediment.
Duration: 3:07 min
Wanbli Gamache (USA)
Wanbli Gamache is a student at the University of Arkansas Fine Arts program in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Wanbli uses video formats to create surveys of the relationship between the observer’s narrative and the context of place. He is interested in the continuation of memory primarily in abandoned places or in high-travel locations. Gamache takes media from multiple areas and edits them with stop motion, και glitch video techniques.