Brody Condon: Modifications
Brody Condon uses game development tools, online games, sculpture, live performers and found footage as performance surrogates, blurring the boundary between fantasy and reality. For Condon’s project gallery Modifications, he re-imagines late medieval religious paintings into self-running games that simultaneously imply and deny interaction, and uses sculpture and video to explore the “projection of self” into other realities. Curated by Don Fuller/Organized by USFCAM.
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