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"Moment of truth" does not exist in photography. Every frame represents only a glimpse of selective reality.
Nam June Paik’s “TV Buddha, 1974” intrigues the world with its proposed infinite loop of Zen.
Exploring in my own selective reality, I introduced a still camera working inside of a video game system to interrupt the flux and capture pieces of the Buddha’s being—Pixelized Zen.
Every still frame of this series is neither a mirror nor a reflection of the truth. Afterall, what is the truth? Pixelized Zen is an interpolation between Paik’s Zen Buddhism and the evolution of digital identities.
Ryan Kevin is a visual artist, director and photographer based in Los Angeles. His work explores the form of digital and analog techniques in the current conversation of socially relevant computer-based media.
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