A derelict and covered Hawker Hunter fighter jet glides, as if possesed, within an endless loop. The video deals with the jet that was used to bomb the La Moneda Palace during the military coup of September 1973, in Chile. It deals with the intrinsic qualities of CGI, as in summoning what is no longer present, and certain notions of the monstrous related to that which -as in the notion of virtual- is real in effect, but not in fact.
Part of a series of experimental videos, where I use motion capture techniques to remediate news clips from events of global relevance. In this case, a short clip about the protests that took place in Venezuela.
Stability is a series of short videos related to notions of artificiality and vision. The videos seemingly banale moments that are captured without any stabilization, and take them into a 3D enviroment where they are displayed by a television set that compensates for the motion of the original footage, rendering it, finally, stable. I'm interested in the notion of the witness here, and at the same time, in the apparent obsession for resolution and stability that is prevalent within the field of digital media.