Geodelia is a Video Art installation linking Geology and Art.
Geodelia is based on moving pictures and comprises video and audio data, but it does not rely on the conventions that define theatrical cinema. It does not employ the use of actors, it contains no dialogue, it has no discernible plot, and it does not adhere to the most of the other conventions that define motion pictures as entertainment.
Geodelia invokes Geology as a mechanism for obtaining aesthetic inspiration. The animated compositions of Geodelia are an expression of geological objects but they may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world. Indeed Geodelia features the element of surprise, unexpected juxtapositions and non-sense.
I authored Geodelia for the Boom Festival, that is one of the most important music festivals in Europe. Bringing together the latest inspirations in psychedelic audio and visuals, Boom Festival features music, paint, sculpture, video art, theater and various kinds of workshops. The Boom Festival is located at the heart of the UNESCO Geopark Naturtejo.