Benton C Bainbridge is showing solo and collaborative media art in the first CADAF fair at Miami Art Week.
Singular Edition digital media premiers include Portrait of Barbara Held, a video portrait co-created with the subject. Bainbridge image processed Held’s flute playing with audio control voltages from her sound. Bainbridge is showing an alternate take of Sleepy Eyes, his recently released collaboration with Nalepa. Zuckerfrei is a series of abstract video synth paintings made as self-help therapy to ease sugar and social media addiction. Other new works include a video sculpture collaboration with Andre Trenier, Tasha Dougé, Dr. Drum, Meguru Yamaguchi, Jennie West, and Luze. Each of the Andrew Freedman Home artists made a new artwork; their hands at work were live processed with Bainbridge and AFH Residency Coordinator, Elena B. Hall. Bainbridge is also premiering a new video sculpture, Body Dysmorphism of the Dunning-Kruger Man (Tiny Hands, Big Tie), in which the artist simultaneously parrots two speeches by a demagogue across 12 CRTs.
If you’re in Miami, make Contact for a free pass!
Bainbridge’s exhibition at CADAF is supported by Andrew Freedman Home and School of Visual Arts, MFA Computer Arts.