Pink Tube of Goo
Digital Video, 1920px x 1080px, 2019
Pink Tube of Goo, a short film in several styles, depicts the internal negotiations of an individual in a chorus of existential conflict as a stream of dream-like vignettes. The film focuses on the common presumption that the participation of an individual’s physical body determines the premiere reality, and suggests that a virtual-, dream- or thought-experience is likened to creating an alternate, and just-as-deeply-felt, reality as the one commonly dwelled in.
Pink Tube of Goo will be shown on repeat daily January 4th through January 26th, 2019. Look for the call-in number to hear the audio posted on Understudy’s windows. The opening reception with the artist will be January 4th from 7:00pm–9:00pm.
Andi Todaro is a versatile, multi-disciplinary, craftsman and award-winning creative professional, best known for their broad scale and range of practical and impractical knowledge and eccentric dress. Todaro pursues an ever-evolving skill set, fueled by perpetual desire for self-astonishment, be it mastery of a new computer program, mechanical know-how, scale, or experimental process.
Todaro’s unique aptitude for absorbing, processing and implementing new knowledge is the eddy in which deep emotional expression and the inherent compulsion to be productive takes root. Digesting chaos through a dream and metaphysical practice allows for a unique style of integration and deeper understanding of multiple interests in commercial art design, science, geometry, philosophy, astrology, mathematics, game theory, aesthetics, semiotics, social science and linguistics.
Todaro does 3 crosswords a day, and plays lots of video games.
“The Spirit of Discovery resides inside Andi. She has made a life long friend of herself, and they frequently collaborate.” –Max Johanson
“”Anything and everything” could be object of artist Andi Todaro’s creative canvas. From Runway Model to Graphic Designer, she has got the gamut of creativity covered ten-fold.” -Jeanne Connolly
Understudy is located at the Colorado Convention Center / Theatre District light rail stop near 14th and Stout. Look for the B-Cycle station next to the light rail tracks or Shantell Martin’s art bench.