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As a performer, I make extensive use of Audiovisual images and New Media. The
main part of my work can be described as: Digital Media Performances, bordering on
compelling Audiovisual Shows. In these performances I try to use state of the Art
technology as much as possible.
Peter van Til
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Video Art Technology and a live interaction with the audience go hand in hand. One could call it ‘the noble Art to overwhelm’. The virtual presence and the digital multiplication c.q. abstract deformation of myself as a performer are important aspects of my work. All of these aspects blend together in projections and the interaction with myself as a live performer.
Peter van Til
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The content and style of my performances are based on the themes and iconography of all the mayor religions. The final performance could be characterized as an abstract, a cross-religious sermon. I was raised in a Christian religious village in the North of Holland. From this background I was able to develop a self-willed vision and framework on religion as a source of themes, stories and iconography. What fascinates me deeply are the paintings originating from the early Renaissance, for example the works of: Fra Filipo Lippi and Fra Angelico, but also Jean Fouqet and Sandro Botticelli. The religiosity and the symbolic content of these works are often referred to in my performances/installations. In my use of visual deformations, the resulting images bear some resemblance to the abstract patterns of Islamic art and the richly colored imagery of Hindu art. That’s what makes my performances both cross religious as cross medial.
Peter van Til
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