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Mind Games explores the human mind and its response to conflict. Inspired by recent family relations, the work reflects on positive childhood memories, disrupted by feelings of sadness, frustration, and confusion.
The piece experiments with footage of the human brain, personal home videos, and representational imagery of memories and mind games. The piece involves distinct storytelling elements, yet relays to the audience a visually compelling abstraction of cognizance.
Its experimental nature evokes a disassociation from reality, however the piece does, in some way, suggest a deterioration of the mind from beginning to end.
visual arts center @ university of colorado
march - april, 2020
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