Alexander Razmoski is a second student year studying a Bachelor of Digital Arts at the Australian National University in Canberra. He tries to achieve the creation of high-quality visual material that can be expressed creatively through animation, video, sound and visual effects compositing.
Artist work: The Underworld
Date: November 2012
Behind the scenes
Art is a perfect way to express myself to people about who I really am as a person. I search and explore my main interests in art and create high-quality photorealistic visual material for pure entertainment. I am a highly motivated and resourceful individual. The goal that I try to achieve is to have viewers drawn in to my artwork and have everyone feel the emotional impact that I put in my work.
The Underworld is an art piece about the mining industry, inspired by the large rock shovel bucket at the National Museum of Australia.
In my mind I have always considered the mining industry to be a different world that is only seen by the workers. The idea of separating different floor sections adds a level of complexity. I wanted to go beyond the research and make the video as an education experience.