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St Hugh of Lincoln, 2016

Video edition, found footage, 3D print, artificial metallization Duration 1.20 min A brief ode to the algorithm, this Smartphone edited pieces are a cinematographic essay on how we gain information online. The way we approach certain topics by filtering them through our daily feed, how we choose which information is real and which is fake. This video essays are proof of the immediate reaction we have to the topics we research online, while it makes an obvious pick on how absurd some of the results might be. * Graduated from the Bachelor in Communication Science by the Tecnol├│gico de Monterrey Campus Mexico City. He performed his first exhibitions in the independent gallery Casa Maauad as well as taking part in the gallery's booth inside Material Art Fair (Mexico) and Untitled (Miami). He was selected for doing an art residence in Farm Cultural Park, Italy where he filmed the last part of a trilogy, which contains two short films and a movie, that has been selected for various festivals and has been screened in exhibition spaces. He focuses in creating a dialogue between digital iconography and the reutilization of diverse processes of object materialization. Salazar explores the possibility of creating an interaction between materials and visual references with new production techniques. 3d printed emojis, paintings and engravings made by a laser cut machine and the exploration of cinematographic language are the result of Miguel Angel's artwork. He's currently working in the art atelier Torschlusspanik.