The short video art I produce rewrite the time-consuming process of production, organization, and planning that goes into making an art work, by taking mere moments of simple action and turning them into experimental video pieces.
I start by questioning how simple actions could transform within video in different pace and space, often experimenting by manipulating speed, scale and orientation of short clips of day to day actions that I take with my DSLR.
In contrast, the enormous amount of time consumed to make a short piece is also shown in my use of hand drawn animations, which require several hours of work to animate a few seconds, overlapped on top of drawn-out videos of simple actions such as drinking a bottle of water.
The results are short videos that provide both examples of how time spent does not equal the value of an art piece.
Although the running time of the piece does not always define its value, I believe my videos could be a starting point for the discussion about what and who gets to define the worth of an art.