Francisco Flores’ work is inspired by and references the construct of God using the medium of light. Growing up with Christian traditions, and through his personal devotion to Kriya Yoga, the creation of one’s spiritual path is as important as the creation of art. His inspirations are drawn from architectural environments and sacred spaces such as Mayan and Aztec pyramids of Mexico, the site of his cultural heritage. Temples evoke a context of sacredness and respect, a context invisible in the urban design of modern cities. Francisco aims to recreate a sense of sacredness and respect within the urban fabric. Through diverse collaborations, and using motion graphics, sound engineering, visual programming and hacking devices, his work occupies the digital space as an interphase for meaningful and tactile experiences. Born in 1988 Francisco Flores Pizano is originally from Tijuana B.C. Francisco currently lives in Phoenix, Arizona. He graduated with a Masters of Arts from Arizona State University with a concentration in interactive digital media.
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