Particulate matter and detritus, plastics reaching the furthest zones of the planet. Post-organic forms; forced into being in suffering. A limit, a border where the others, the technological and organic, struggle and dance. There is no more untouchable life. Lines of flight, what movement can become, scratching the skin of the other. Science of the abyss. Interference: we have visited the farthest depths and left our fast food wrappers there.
Two screen based works
Jason Benedek is a new media artist who works with video, mocap, sound and animation. He is interested in the tech/bio intersection, and some of his recent work directs and animates human movement for combining with scientific data. He is also a music composer whose most recent piece was created on a hand-held games machine. He works at the University of Technology, Sydney.