fans memory fragments of a car accident, and allows these fractions of seconds to etherically float in front of the spectator's eyes. The living paintings of spreading structures allow a not only an abstract, but very intimate glance on the last seconds of live in memory units, rather sculptural than movie-like.
These personal quarrels with past takes place very accidentally and unfavoured. Little details become big moments while whole years get lost.
Robert Seidel started studying media design in Weimar after having studied biology for two semesters. He graduated in 2004. Beside free artistic works in the field of organic-digital graphics he works as author and 2D/3D graphic translator.
His works were presented at several festivals in Germany, Austria, Sweden, Italy, and France.