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Ben is currently an Assistant Professor at San Francisco State University in San Francisco, California, USA. He has 15 years of professional experience as both a 3D artist and as a Professor.
“My abstract animations investigate the metaphysical features of reality. They are designed to stimulate archetypal associations and invite the viewer to make personal connections to the visual and auditory experience without any reliance on narrative or spoken language.
My art is intimately connected to the exploration of new technologies used for 3D computer graphics and animation. My focus is using newly available software applications in unconventional ways to generate innovative approaches to creating avant-garde films. The driving vision behind my work is fueled by drawings I make using traditional media. These drawings are created spontaneously using a vocabulary of structural forms that I have developed over time that can be arranged and interchanged in a multitude of different ways. My drawings are mostly abstract but sometimes can cross over into figurative designs fused with abstract forms. The musical compositions in my work are inspired by the use of both analogue and digital sources. Most of the time the musical arrangements I design straddle the line between atmospheric noise and music. My goal is to use sound in a way that creates an auditory parallel to the visual experience. Lighting, color, visual symbols and qualities of motion all inform the music I create. Both music and motion play equal roles in my film making process and a deep knowledge of both of these disciplines have allowed me to create unique works of art that few people can create single-handedly.
My work is abstract by nature and uses non narrative film making techniques. The undercurrents of my work point to themes centered on time, cycles, the concept of infinity, and the similarities between artificial and natural systems. In a world where technology and artificial systems are becoming more prevalent my films are a reminder that they are both a product of nature. The processes I develop to create my work are equally important as the final product. I strive to find new and innovative methods for creating sophisticated animations while retaining the ability to use intuition and spontaneity throughout the creative process. My films do not contain dialogue or written language of any sort. This allows my films to be enjoyed and interpreted by anyone regardless of their native language.”
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