Q: How did you get involved in the Chroma Art Film Festival?
Miguel: I was invited by Haiiileen to participate in the festival. I was honored to be a part of it and I was impressed by the caliber of the other artists who participated.
Q: What was your experience like working on your installation, “All the Way”?
Miguel: It was a great experience. I had a lot of freedom to experiment and to create something that I was really proud of. I was also inspired by the other artists who were working on their projects.
Q: What do you think the impact of the Chroma Art Film Festival has been on the Miami art scene?
Miguel: I think the festival has helped to introduce new audiences to experimental film and digital art. It has also created a space for artists to experiment and to share their work with a wider audience.
Q: What are your plans for the future of the Chroma Art Film Festival?
Miguel: I’m excited to see how the festival continues to grow and evolve. I believe that it has the potential to make a real impact on the Miami art scene and on the world of experimental film and digital art.
Q: What advice would you give to other artists who are interested in participating in the Chroma Art Film Festival?
Miguel: I would say to just be yourself and to create something that you are really passionate about. The festival is a great opportunity to share your work with a wider audience and to connect with other artists.
Q: How did you and your teammate come up with the idea for your installation?
Miguel: We were inspired by the space itself. When we walked into the hallway, we were immediately struck by the light and the architecture. We felt like we were in a sacred space, and we wanted to create something that would honor that feeling.
Q: What were some of the challenges you faced in creating your installation?
Miguel: One of the biggest challenges was the time constraints. We had only three months to complete the project, and there was a lot of work to be done. We also had to work around the existing architecture, which limited our options in some ways.
Q: What were some of the things you learned from the experience of creating your installation?
Miguel: We learned a lot about ourselves and about the process of creating art. We learned that we are capable of more than we thought, and that we can achieve great things when we work together. We also learned the importance of perseverance and dedication.
Q: What advice would you give to other artists who are interested in creating an installation?
Miguel: Our advice would be to start with a strong concept. What do you want your installation to say? What kind of experience do you want to create for the viewer? Once you have a clear idea of what you want to achieve, you can start to think about the materials and techniques you will use. Don’t be afraid to experiment, and don’t be afraid to ask for help.