• Not so cold now.

Attentional Surplus, 2013

Screen Shot 2013-12-15 at 9.27.29 PMScreenshot of data monitor

Raw video documentation of installation in gallery display window, bau gallery, Beacon, NY; snow fluff and 60″ monitor

Untitled (In the event I), 2013

Video documentation

Untitled (overcast), 2013

Screen Shot 2013-12-08 at 5.11.56 AMScreenshot of data monitor

bxdRing, 2013

bxdLiveShotScreenshot of data monitor

Untitled (no wind), 2013

Screen Shot 2013-06-26 at 4.32.37 PMScreenshot of data monitor

Fur as the eye can see, 2013

goggleBlend16hDigital print on aluminum, 16 x 16 inches

Irregularities: no sound, 2013

IMG_0579Digital print on aluminum, 30 x 60 inches

/ bio

Brett Phares is a visual artist working in computer visualization and installation, exploring attentional blindness in physical experience and omniscient awareness in digital space. With 20+ years in interactive media, he has created some innovative projects for some prominent international brands, much of which informs the visual syntax of his personal work. He took his MFA at Hunter College in Integrated Media Arts, and MA in Art History, Theory and Criticism from SUNY Stony Brook. He has shown in North America and in Asia, including the Chelsea Art Museum, London Museum (ONT, CA) and SIGGRAPH; has written and presented on our pre-disposed blindness in everyday experience; directs an artists residency and is curator of Alys Beach’s annual projected art festival, Digital Graffiti; and teaches at Hunter College. Drop a line at b  [at]  mrphares.com for more information.