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Victor Morales, born in Venezuela and based in New York, iis a director, performer and designer, whose work includes video, 2D and 3D design and animation, sound design, and digital puppetry. Since 2005 he has been obsessed with video game technology and has implemented different game engines into most of the works he has produced.
In 1992 he worked at the Wooster Group as a video assistant to Chris Kondek. Later he began collaborating with Kondek (as a video designer and performer) in works such as: The Monkey King (2001), Dead Cat Bounce (2003) (Winner at Politic im Friem Theater, 2005), and Hier Ist the Apparat (2006), which were produced in Germany and the Netherlands, and regularly touring Europe. In 2001 he began collaborating with Joseph Silovsky (Designer/Collaborator Builder’s Association), producing several performance works together in New York including a Fish and a Shoe... Looking Back (Down) (2005), A Day of Leisure (2004), and Zero Mark Zero (2001). In September 2008 he was the video game designer/programmer for Baghdad Brennt at
Theater Freiburg in Germany. He was the artist in residence at the Festspielhaus St. Pölten, Austria (2009-2010), where he produced video designs for the Tonkunsler Orchestra and the new opera Playzero by Wolfgang Mitterrer. In 2015 he produced his solo work Quantum Joy commissioned by Dixon Place NYC. In 2016 his work was part of XXI Triennale International Exhibition. 21st Century, Design after Design, in Italy.
Victor’s Interactive immersive live performance “Esperpento” was selected as part of the 2019 Sundance Festival New Frontiers, also in 2019 the installation of Esperpento was awarded with “Best Immersive and Time Based Art” at the B3 Biennial at the Buchmesse in Frankfurt, Germany.
In the commercial world he has worked as a moving graphics designer for many TV stations and designer houses such as MTV, The Attik, NBC, Nth degree, Rust Company, and Post Works in NYC.
Morales’ solo work consists of an exploration of video game engines as simulation environments, where death and physics are transformed into dramatic and comedic real time performance.
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