The Angel of History is a two-part art piece:

The first is an essay regarding the ways societies manipulate and mythologize history to suit their own needs;

The second is a response to the first part. It is a video–sound installation, composed of historical video footage, physical objects and documents that have been manipulated, in order to dislodge the viewer’s preconceived ideas by creating dissonance, ambivalence and other disoriented feelings.  

Klee; "Angelus Novus"

This project is a thesis work toward a Masters degree in the Interactive Telecommunications Program of the Tisch School of The Arts, New York University. 2004