HORIZON – SUSPENSION (5:06)
Created by Sean Capone
Music by Joseph Fraioli of JAFBOX Sound
The video art film Horizon – Suspension (4:40) was created by Sean Capone and features music by Joseph Fraioli of JAFBOX Sound. The single video image is expanded to create a panoramic visual music score. The work is an elegy to the landscape of the artist’s childhood.
Sean Capone is a video installation artist based in New York City. He received his MFA from the school of the art institute of Chicago, and has been working with digital moving imagery for the past 20 years as both artist and designer. His work uses large-scale animated projections to examine the social space created at the intersection of media and the built environment.
Sean’s work has been exhibited in museums, festivals, and public art contexts internationally. He is the recent recipient of the grand prize for public art for his installation produced for the Dumbo Arts Festival, and was officially recognized by American for the arts’ public art network for their 2010 year in review.
Joseph Fraioli – Jafbox Sound
Jafbox is the home of sound designer and electronic musician Joseph Fraioli. Joseph has established a reputation for complex and fearless sonic experimentation with his ten critically acclaimed albums as Datach’i, which seamlessly weave together everyday sounds with avant-garde textures and beat making. In his sound design work for advertising and film, he strives to create an equally unique and immersive world that pushes boundaries and surprises listeners.