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“Entropy” is a short artists’ film by Erik Deerly, which examines the impermanence of human structures as an analogy for our attempts to dominate a planet beyond our control. Runtime: 6:33, 16:9 (HD) single-channel video and stereo audio.

Erik Deerly is an award-winning visual and sound artist, exhibiting across the Americas and in Asia and Europe. His work focuses on the exploration of synesthetic experiences and is driven by interests in perception, cognition, time, and movement. Erik’s range of work includes audio, film, installation, and expanded photography. Awards include a New Frontiers of Creativity Grant, multiple film festival honors, a South by Southwest Interactive prize, a Lumen Prize selection, and an Aesthetica Art Prize. Erik is professor of new media at Indiana University Kokomo.

Recent or forthcoming exhibitions, screenings, and performances include VIDEOMEDEJA International Video Festival 25, in Novi Sad, Serbia, Seoul International Computer Music Festival 2021, in Seoul, South Korea, Maracay International Film & Video Festival, in Maracay, Venezuela, Resilience Festival 2021, Foggia Italy, and Perspectives 2022, International Juried Exhibition, at CICA Museum, in South Korea.