Dizzying art work from Gregor Belibi Minya.
Write up from TheCreatorsProject:
Like a 21st century update to the infinity mirror, animation student Gregor Belibi Minya creates a neverending tunnel of repeating shapes and patterns by linking together 2,361 screenshots from his computer’s desktop. Inspired by the photocopied animation that is Alexander Stewart’s Errata, Minya made SCREENSHOT over the course of five days, lining up small small changes in window placement and desktop background to create the illusion of an endless, morphing hallway inside the screen. As an electronic musican under the name Digital Cosmic Disco, he also composed the laidback soundbed, which “helps the picture breathe for a union, a balance of [sound and image].”
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