New contemporary artworks
The new nature of contemporary art's framework and underlying structures are explored in large scale installations which challenge social structures. They utilize computer math and explore cinematic narrative structures to reconfigure multi media arts works, and film, videos works.
In expanding the boundaries of emotional relational space between the viewer, the conceptualization of the space and the emotional story narrative structure taken from film & dramatic story telling defines the new "Premise series" as it redefines viewers visual conceptual relating and space. .
"Redaction", the act of blocking, hiding from view, removing from content references, is utilized within the premise video filmed works. Black bars block the emotional relationships between actor s performing in the works. This "redaction blocking" forces the viewer to refer back to the original stated: Premise and it's emotional content to reconfirm and reconfigure the nature of the film's narrative structure.
Recent Global art installations project article reviews
"This is the most powerful monument for World Peace"
100 different global locations, each 1 mile long, all interconnected with it's own App, 100 miles 4 peace, art installations. Project's social media efforts have taken it viral reaching over 5 million people globally and Noble Laureate supporters.
MAJOR NEWS: Major New York city, New York Magazine art critic Jerry Saltz endorses Peace walkway project.
The coil sculptures series, is a series of large scale works based on computer and physics mathematical theories such as “infinite loop, recursion, mirrored events and self similarity”. Coils sculpture models are shown to exact scale. These are a sample of the Coil series variations, now totaling 80 sculpture works are in the entire series. Materials: Stainless steel and Corten steel. General scale 16 feet tall, 60 feet wide, 80 feet long. Video Of the coil sculptures in installation settings can be are also in scale models collection.
Experimental works utilizing web images, animated graphic images and new motion sensor technologies interconnected to large projectors during the late 1990's and early 2000's. These installations were both in galleries and online, using all visual forms of media production possible. Present day developments utilize the internet to create socially engaged art, which not dependent on galleries or museums art world systems, yet are reaching millions world wide
Artist Paul-Felix Montez, has recently been a Ted Talks finalist and his major global art installation monument Peace walkway. It is 100 miles long, and in over 100 global locations has received rave headlines: "This is the most powerful monument for world peace". All images & writing copyright Paul-Felix Montez 1995-2016. Link below: