Parisa Pakzamir has used a sewing machine as a symbol of machine wear and an element of the industry in the video art of “Machine Dance in the Moonlight”. Using new digital art media, she has made it possible to convey her intended concept in the form of a short video. Digital tools for capturing images, and creating image clutter and degradation with computer software for cleaning have become a means of displaying the combination of two classic-modern events and video transmission of the process of creating visual and audio disturbance for closer reading.
Parisa Pakzamir was born in 1988, is a costume designer, and is currently based in Rasht. In this glitch video, she believes that the lack of combination or adaptation of classical and modern formats within or on top of each other, and the creation of a strange and sometimes unpleasant creature, inspired the creation of this work.
For the conscientious objector, this feeling can be both a personal matter and a conflict between traditional and advanced events in the context of society. The transcendent goals of the viewer are to understand the effect of the owner of the work on the events and realities around it, and to recognize this created being, and to train and modify it for interaction and coexistence. This work may be the starting point for the work of the owner and the audience to express personal views in pixel art language and glitch art dialect.
Glitch Video Art Parisa Pakzamir in the group exhibition “Glitch; Pixel Language » Platform 101, curated by Mohammad Ali Famori and Sadegh Majlesi, will continue to be shown in the space of -1 Bavan Gallery in Tehran until Thursday, December 16, 2021.