Media Pollution engineers site-specific, immersive, video Installations for live events ranging from conventions, gallery spaces, festivals and celebrity afterparties.
Discarded/out-of-vogue, analog systems (televisions, screens, cameras and vintage stereos)
deliver sensory and futurist experiences which are at once nostalgic and provocative.
Media Pollution is brought to you by the combined efforts of
experimental filmmaker Dan Dowding & electronics wizard Brian Fox.
DAN DOWDING is an award-winning filmmaker and visual artist based in the Los Angeles area. He studied film at the Savannah College of Art & Design and was awarded Director of the year for his thesis film. He's worked as a video editor for notable companies such as FOX, YouTube, Al Jazeera America & more. He founded Media Pollution in 2016 while exploring video integration through interactive installations built from recycled technologies. Media Pollution, LLC now located at The Brewery Artist Lofts is aimed toward merging old technologies with new media through experimental analog and digital processes.
BRIAN FOX is a Chicago born, LA based DIY jack of all things electronic and mechanical. During the day he is the Director of Reuse at Homeboy Electronics Recycling. Focused on discovering and creating value in people as well as electronics, he teaches a variety of individuals how to repair, refurbish and resell devices both newer and older. At night (and on weekends) he transforms “scrap” and vintage electronics into sculpture and experience. He’s worked on projects for Netflix, Coachella, Spotify and more. Currently focused on the CRT television as the canvas, he’s excited to continue blending modern media methods with old technology.