Chroma-Current, 5:25, 2014

Screens are how we interface with the digital, with others, and with ourselves. They represent reality to us and offer ways to alter that reality. We transform the pixel and are immersed in its red, green, and blue color space; CHROMA-CURRENT spatializes the RGB space and utilizes both digital and analog visual feedback to represent its constant evolution.

ERIC SOUTHER is a video and new media artist who creates custom software for manipulating audio and video in real-time. His interest include the materialization of digital aesthetics and the ritualistic spaces of media: the masks of media, the myths of media, and how they change the way we perceive our world. He received his M.F.A in Electronic Integrated Arts from Alfred University in Alfred, New York, and his B.F.A in New Media from the Kansas City Art Institute in Kansas City, Missouri. He is currently an Assistant Professor of New Media at IU South Bend.