Kameron Christopher is a sound and multimedia artist from Los Angeles, CA. He has been working professionally in the arts for the past decade and is currently in his MFA studies in the Music Technology: Interaction, Intelligence & Design and Integrated Media programs at the California Institute of the Arts. His work incorporates such concepts as Artificial Intelligence, Intuition, Biofeedback, and Phenomenology into interactive installation, sound art, CGI, and music performance and composition. Kameron received a B.M. in Music Composition from Berklee College of Music in 2010.
“The evolution of human consciousness, at every stage, requires reflection upon that which already has existence. Reflection stands as perhaps the most crucial element in the process of development in that it guides the individual to the clearing from which growth springs forth. The individual must therefore take great care in the way in which this reflection is approached. In order to accomplish a transformation in consciousness, one must not only apprehend the reflection that is set upon, but also question the basis of that reflection. This task requires a fundamentally different way of thinking, which calls for the deconstruction of established structures of presumption and the development of radically new languages. Any creation of art through this new reflective process not only expresses a new way of being, but also challenges the presuppositions of those who encounter the work of art. In turn, this challenging makes way for a potential transformation in consciousness.
The facilitation of these higher states of consciousness is the focus of my own creative projects. Providing situations where the individual encountered by the work of art is not only confronted with an incalculable occurrence but is also forced to reevaluate the basis of their own formalization. This strife between the inexhaustible revealing of the work of art and the permanence and stability of structuralized thought leads to a systematic breakdown for the experiencing individual, which, if reflected upon in the aforementioned manner, provides an opening for transformation.” –Kameron Christopher