My approach to all of my media and to seeing life in general can be summed up in four words: perceptive filters. And love.
My name is Elliot Vogt, formerly known as Keith (Elliot is my middle name). Shiftability Visuals is my brand. I have been self-taught in making videos, graphics and photos since 2001.
My process is sample and tweak, sample and tweak, and only work with my own samples for the visuals.
I’ve called Los Angeles home since March 2008. I lived in Denver for 10 years before LA, went to Colorado State Ft Collins for a BA in music and minor in English. I grew up in Colorado Springs, CO and Albuquerque, NM and was born in Texas.
Check out my blog at www.interfacesouter.wordpress.com and make more of your dreams come true!
"Ian Pattern" giclee canvas print of graphic pattern, The Art Church, Los Angeles, January 2016
"Long Beach Tree in White #1" photo, United Arts Center, downtown Los Angeles, March 2014
"Maxelle Pattern" giclee canvas print of graphic pattern, ArtDontSleep, Silverlake, September-October 2013
"Maxelle Pattern" giclee canvas print of graphic pattern, United Arts Center, downtown Los Angeles, June 2013
"Lust Over Light" video feedback, Cannibal Flower group show, downtown Los Angeles, June 2012
"What You've Been Wanting for Your Entire Life" video feedback, Syrup Lofts, downtown Los Angeles, May 2012
"Crave for an Thing, You Will Get It" video feedback, New Puppy Gallery, downtown Los Angeles, March 2012
"Desire That Knows No Limits" video feedback, Cannibal Flower group show, downtown Los Angeles, January 2012
"Video with Heart" video feedback, Em's, Culver City, July 2011
"Video with Heart" Acoustic Tidal Art Walk, Long Beach, July 2011; sponsored by Arts Council for Long Beach & Some Things Creative
"Desire That Knows No Limits" full version at berliner and associates, Culver City Art Walk June 2011
"Video with Heart" and strobing videos at The Vortex in downtown Los Angeles, Sensory Overload group show, May 2011; Cannibal Flower and DDR Projects gallery
"Video with Heart" at Artist Village, Long Beach Mardi Gras March 2011; sponsored by Arts Council for Long Beach and Some Things Creative