An Unforgiving Plateau, 2015
LED Backlights, Printed on Kodak Duratrans, Wood
24 x 36 in. 
 

And Then It Bears Itself, 2015
LED Backlights, Printed on Kodak Duratrans, Wood
24 x 36 in.
 

Taxiplasm

Taxiplasm’s work derives from the looming responsibility to seek out the sources of fear that disengage us from one another, to cathartically explore the vicissitudes of pleasure and pain that tangle up our most intimate relationships, including the fundamental ones: to ourselves and to the cosmos that precedes and outlives us.

To achieve this heightened sensibility, Taxiplasm diversifies his roots as a filmmaker and amalgamates various aesthetic principles of dance, architecture, interactive technology, neuroscience, fashion, and more. His work is incomplete without the audience’s inquisitiveness, as he invites them to make room for that creative spirit that is the Taxiplasm experience.

About Taxiplasm

Taxiplasm graduated from the School of Visual Arts as the winner of Outstanding Cinematography Class of 2009 and has garnered accolades from Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Art Basel Miami Beach, Lincoln Center’s Dance On Camera, NYC’s Armory Arts Week, Cutlog Art Fair, The Robert Wilson Watermill Center for Performance and more. Gonzalez has also created multi-disciplinary video works with Untitled Magazine, Atlantic Records and Chimera Music, while working to develop multi-sensory interactive experiences. His video painting series "Stasis" was also screened as a 20-screen video installation for Times Square's Midnight Moment. Currently, Taxiplasm is co-directing a feature length documentary with Sean Ono Lennon chronicling legendary avant garde designers threeASFOUR and continues to design hyper-conceptual cathartic experiences that are as painful as they are pleasurable, prompting one to ask questions one did not ask before.