"Ad Infinitum reflects visual experience in the United States. The images stem from wrappers, cups, flyers, and other detritus found on my walks to work. It is no accident that the placement of this trash on a video monitor calls to mind commericial television. The film is structured by a progression (regression?) of techniques, marking time with eye candy, fluid transformations, and the reduction of all symbolic expression to promotion. The film's production coincided with Republican movements in Congress to abolish government support for the arts and public broadcasting."

Andy Deck is an internet artist, maker of short films, video games, and calendars. He programs his way through the culture of manufactured consent. He received his MFA in Computer Art from the School of Visual Arts. Recent work has been made possible through the cooperation and facilities of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris.

Andy C. Deck