The art of remembering // Bryce Wymer

In the video “Flat Earth” Time lapse, vol Five, the artist Bryce Wymer introduces an interesting way of thinking about art across time and thinking of the “artifact” not so much as a completed product but the documentation of a process. If each of these scenes were a singular picture, instead of a series of scenes in a film, it would be lacking the notes of ephemerality, growth, loss, and history in the content of the movie.

One takeaway here for artists and cultural practitioners is how time and digital documentation can add an interesting dimension of storytelling to your work. For those interested in the dissemination factor of their message, videography and visual narrative that builds “scene over scene” is a valuable skill.

Bryce Wymer is a visual artist currently based out of Brooklyn, New York. His personal works address human social progression and the driving relation between the powerful and the powerless. Bryce currently works as freelance Creative Director around the world. This title incorporates all facets of Live action. Graphic Design, Illustration, Fine Art, 2D Animation, and Post production.
Bryce’s Process Blog brycewymer.blogspot.com/

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