Allison Kotzig, Video Wall Installation: Irreversible Forest, 2016 Mixed Media With Video
Artifacts of the Carpathian forest in which the video was filmed create a framework for watching and understanding the piece. my video work "Irreversible Forest" plays on constant loop shrouded within visual markers of its making including dried mushrooms, branches and moss.
Allison Kotzig is an international conceptual, installation, mixed-media and video artist. Her challenging and often
amusing 3-d pieces highlight misogynistic undercurrents in culture through the use of toys, found polaroids and
other objects. Her video work addresses the dreamy interface between reality and trance and our individual
connection to Infinity and the Universe. She is involved with the nomadic Public Art projects NestGen and Giants
in the City, which brings monumental inflatable sculpture to cities around the world. She currently splits her time
between Miami and a small village in the foothills of the Slovak Carpathian Mountains, where she helps to run an
Inn and organic slow food restaurant dedicated to local produce, ethical practices and DIY products.