LJ Frezza is an artist and video editor whose work explores media and everyday experience.

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The Truth (2017) / Video / 04:30
Homes and offices from The X-Files (1993-2002). A search for work/life balance, and a glimpse of invisible forces that organize our lives.

The Neutral Zone (2015) / Video / 05:00
The utopias of Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987-1994). One day, technology will let us all live the lives we've always wanted.

Nothing (2014) / Video / 06:30
Every shot from Seinfeld (1989-1998) where nothing happens. A response to everyone I met in New York who said they'd love the city if only there weren't so many people in it.

Level 1 (2015) / Video / 5:00
A loading screen, a voice actor, and digital fog. Featuring gameplay footage from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011).

Golden Eye (2013) / Video / 06:00
A history of 20th-century surveillance, told through every James Bond movie released before the "War on Terror."

Boldly Going (2010) / Video / 04:00
Ignoring Star Fleet's Prime Directive that there can be no interference with the "development of alien life and culture," Captain James T. Kirk becomes entangled in conflicts spawned by his own foreign policy.

Nuke 'Em, Duke (2010) / Video / 04:00
The Conqueror (1956) starred John Wayne as Genghis Khan. Shooting took place downwind from a nuclear testing site and close to half the cast & crew developed cancer, including "The Duke" himself. This video looks at "conquest" in past and present media, fiction and non-fiction, and the "compression" of these experiences into mediated forms.