Artist explores social, political issues
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Artist explores social, political issues

Rosa Fallon Arts & Features Staff Writer [email protected] Through his dynamic and thought-provoking artwork, senior New Media and German double major Dylan Forest Gamble employs a surrealistic style to communicate messages about political propaganda and related social issues. “I like to incorporate a lot of social ideas in my work because I feel that it makes it more important, more legitimate,” Gamble said. Otto von Luft, the Accorditomaton, a 3D animation. Gamble focuses on ideological principles and the ever-changing perceptions of truth within society and originally took an interest in filmmaking and animation during his last years of high school. During the summer after his junior year, Gamble attended a pre-college intensive animation program at the Rhode Island School of Design where he honed his true passion for filmmaking and animation. “I always liked video editing and animation and in my junior and senior year of high school, I really got into art,” Gamble said. “I really like cartoons and I like animated movies. I like film in general.” Not only is Gamble interested in film, but he also took a strong interest in learning German. For him, learning another language is an additional skill that complements his art. […]

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