Jason Bernagozzi Lecture Write Up

This past semester, I attended a lecture held by one of my favorite artists, and professors Jason Bernagozzi.  In this gallery displayed some of his pieces consisting of Citystream, Dance for Face, Body Phasing, Memory and Ritual in Frame Difference, and Circuit.  It was truly interesting and refreshing to see a gallery of work consisting of completely fresh material.  Never before have I seen glitch art done in such a beautiful, interesting way.  This medium of art challenges the conventional standards of art that are currently set in place, and I would like to see this form of art achieve more popularity.  One of the reasons I consider Jason Bernagozzi a great artist is because he is not afraid to go outside of the box and make art that nobody has seen before.  He challenges himself to make art that is new and refreshing that could potentially stir up interest in the art world.  He talked about how artists that are part of the Avant Garde movement are typically at the forefront of the art scene and help to determine what art is going to be popular next.  He always strives to be a member of the group of artists in this movement and is alway trying to think up new and interesting ways to create art.  His process is ever-changing and that is what makes his work so refreshing.  Every piece he presents is equally thought provoking and bringing new interesting ideas to the table.


About JamesWrobel

I'm a junior at Alfred State College majoring in Digital Media and Animation. I specialize in digital art and photography rather than drawing and painting. It's a work in progress and I'm working hard to achieve my dreams.
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