What is art?
It's a question that's been asked since the dawn of the 1960s. One man was asked this question by an art history professor and the answer was clear, art is a source of expression. But sometimes it's tough to express yourself while in a capitalistic noose.
This fall on NBC, watch as one man leads a revolution through the hallways, tries to find love in the 1%, and avoids an over reaching Professor's fear of sharing his paycheck.
Chad Morowicz, BFA.
**This video by no means reflects the views, opinions or practices of NBC, Comcast, or any of it's subsidiaries. This video is made as a joke, and as such, should be under protection of the first amendment parody rights, as well the Lanham Act**
Part of a video installation.
Music Credit: Liquid Sunshine by Michael Dykehouse
"Chad Morowicz is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is getting recognized more and more, I notice." -Anonymous Twitter User
A satirical display of our political climate, and the use of outdated equipment gave Morowicz an honest return to his roots, and provides a realistic element to the time period that these issues should have been dealt with prior to 2017.
Video 2 Project Spring 2017
Video narrative based on the poem The Radio Tree by Corey Marks.
Narrated by Jessie Harris
Stop Motion Video showing the cyclical pattern of relationships growing from the sadness of one relationship to happiness in another.