Questions with the Curator : DG2015 Finalists, Victoria Febrer

Digital Graffiti 2015 Finalist, Victoria Febrer, answers questions posed by Curator, Brett Phares *How did you find out about Digital Graffiti at Alys Beach? Pedro and I participated in 2012 and 2013. *Have you participated in other projected art exhibitions? In 2011, I began to work with cinematographer and colorist Pedro J. Padilla on animated video projects based on my paintings and vinographs (works made with red wine through a process of my own invention called vinography). Digital Graffiti 2012 was the first time “Flight of Memory” was projected outdoors. The piece conjures the image ofContinue Reading

Questions with the Curator : DG2015 Finalist, Courtney Egan

Digital Graffiti 2015 Finalist, Courtney Egan, answers questions posed by Curator, Brett Phares *Have you participated in other projected art exhibitions? Where, and how did location play into the work? Yes, I have shown my work in other projected art exhibits – one that projected imagery in buildings in downtown New Orleans many years ago, and almost all my work in the past five years is lens and projection based. I am represented by Arthur Roger Gallery in New Orleans. *How much technology is required to create your work? My work starts with a digitalContinue Reading

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Digital Graffiti is a magical event – Surprisingly adventurous and inspirational. And the beautiful buildings of Alys Beach were the perfect canvas! I can’t wait to experience it again.

Cheyann Benedict, Designer

(Alys Beach) is welcoming painters with open arms and white walls. But with projectors and laptops rather than spray cans.

USA Today

Here’s one for your must-do-once-in-a-life list: the Digital Graffiti festival, where an entire coastal town is turned into a kaleidoscopic color explosion.

Lexus Drivers Magazine

For two nights, DG at Alys Beach is all light, vision and movement, uniquely wondrous and breathtaking. Worldly in scope, nutritious in food for thought, it’s like a dream. If you weren’t a part of it, you missed something very special.

Brett Phares, DG Curator

Projecting art onto the white buildings of Alys Beach is the closest thing I’ve experienced to magic.

Andrés Duany, Architect and Urban Planner

Cheyann Benedict, Designer
USA Today
Lexus Drivers Magazine
Brett Phares, DG Curator
Andrés Duany, Architect and Urban Planner

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