Times Square's Midnight Moment is an art initiative by Times Square Arts in which all of the billboards in Times Square synchronize to show an audio/visual art piece at exactly 11:57pm everyday for 3 minutes.
This month's Midnight Moment is a collection of video art called Dizzillusions from multi-media Brooklyn artist RaFia, whose work focuses on "self-portraiture through the lens of gentrification, millennial issues, mental illness, racism, and sensory overload."
Dizzillusions (2018) is a self-portrait, digitally painted and animated in a looping video. The artist’s head floats against a background of psychedelic waves and vibrating, color-shifting shapes. In the context of Times Square, Dizzillusions speaks to the experience of sensorial abundance living in the city.
Check out the announcement page for more on Dizzillusions.
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