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Alex Czetwertynski is a digital artist and curator working in the fields of creative technology, experiential, and media arts. His practice includes large-scale immersive experiences, media sculptures and commentary on contemporary digital art practices. Born in Belgium, he graduated from the University of Paris IV La Sorbonne with a Masters in Philosophy. Czetwertynski curates New Media Art events such as Day for Night or Electric Castle, new kinds of festivals that combines headlining musicians with immersive art installations, transforming live music environments by introducing new sensory experiences to an expanded audience . He has collaborated with artists such as Doug Aitken, threeASFOUR and Orlan. His work has been shown at the Jewish Museum and the FIAF in New York, the Centre Georges Pompidou, and the Théâtre de la Cité in Paris, the Confort Moderne in Poitiers, Mana Contemporary in New Jersey, the Museum of Literature in Warsaw and the Museum Ludwig in Budapest, the Mambo Museum in Bogota and more. He is currently based in Brooklyn, NY
‘Vesica Pisces’ is an XR film made using a "virtual production" pipeline. It combines an LED stage backdrop, in camera augmented reality and projection mapping. The film was built around the 2021 collection of fashion collective threeASFOUR, who's work often explores universal symbols. In this case, Vesica Pisces is the "womb of the universe", represented in sacred geometry as the Dyad, and the creative power of duality.
4 performers, choreographed by Jonah Bokaer, explore an abstract narrative from initial formation to final disintegration. With a score from Brian Close of Georgia Studio, the film uses a budding technology to push a non-narrative, a film that could be played forward and backward.