Sara Roma: Scrolling Exorcise (Residency)

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Event Info
Date start 11.01.22
Date end 11.30.22
Start Time 12am
Admission Free
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Sara Roma’s Scrolling Exorcise is a 6 minute 66 second audio process to cast out the patterns of consumption and doom scrolling locked into your thumb’s muscle memory. The journey begins with a darkening path of hand drawn web animations and illustrations, leading you toward the audio experience. Take your time, close your eyes, and reclaim your attention.

Best experienced on mobile, but frequent laptop or desktop scrollers might find an index finger exorcism beneficial as well.

Sara Aleyce Roma is an ATX based new media artist, animator, and occasional curator, who utilizes video, performance, stop-motion, web animation, free association writing, photography and interactive installation. Most recently in her short film “A Problem” she explored stop-motion as endurance performance in a relationship to a single object. From learning HTML on neopets to studying motion media and experimental animation to diving into VJing, ecophilosophy, and phenomenology, she pulls inspiration from a variety of fields and subcultures.