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Regis Ferguson Collective

interactive installation
ROY-G-BIV II investigates notions of space and how we as visual consumers navigate our way through mediated images and experiences. ROY-G-BIV II utilizes antiquated super-8 film footage, which is then translated digitally. In this piece, Scranton addresses issues of authorship, identity and perception. ROY-G-BIV II examines and critiques notions of memory, childhood and nostalgia. Gesture Lesson is a single channel video work that explores the nature of our contemporary disembodied gestures through physical performance, digitally synthesized sound, and algorithmic imaging. The work investigates the advancement, hybridization, and disappearance of the human gesture, as it relates directly to our implementation and use of affordable emergent technologies.