LEAF 2024 Video Cube

In collaboration with Mark Moffett and Denver Digerati, LEAF 2024 presents the Video Cube on the corner of Baseline Avenue and N. Public Road in Old Town Lafayette.

About the Artists

Julio E. Berroa

A Wild West

Julio E. Berroa (BER ROH-uh) (He, They, Xe) was born in Salcedo (s-aa-l-s-EH-d-oh), Dominican Republic, and a Providence resident since 2012. Berroa earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Digital Media Curriculum and a minor in Photography. His passions include the Arts, Sex and HIV Education, and Youth Advocacy. All of this drives him to share his experiences through Art to help advocate for young aspiring artists of color. He hopes to inspire and influence his viewers.

Known for his multi-faceted approach to art and design which weaves both the analog and digital, artist Julio E. Berroa often creates hyperreal and immersive scenes of intense experiences using vivid colors and organic shapes and textures depicting very intimate moments. Berroa was an Andrew W. Mellon intern in Creative Production at the RISD Museum in the summer of 2020 and a 2021 Rhode Island College Senior Art Award Recipient.

Matthew Keff


Matthew Keff is a digital and installation artist based in New York holding a BFA from SVA (School of Visual Arts) 2007. Through interactive app-based works and graphics, Keff looks to reveal the more awkward nature of contemporary digital visual culture and considers the role emotions play there. This sweet-as-candy imagery is informed by attention economy mechanisms used in digital marketing, where emotional engagement is a highly valued commodity. Matthew has participated in numerous international exhibitions at CADAF, New York, NY (2022) Supernova Digital Animation Festival, Denver, CO (2020), Magdalen Art Space, Oxford, England (2020), CCAM Yale University, New Haven, CT (2019), Somerset House, London, UK (2019), 4Culture, Seattle, WA (2018), Chromatic Festival, Montréal, Canada (2018), Abrons Arts Center, New York, NY (2019), Tokyo Game Show, Tokyo, Japan (2018), and A Maze Festival, Berlin, Germany (2018)

Tsz-wing HO


Born and living in Hong Kong, Tsz-wing HO is an animator and illustrator. She obtained a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Media from the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong in 2022. She creates animation and illustration by exploring the possibilities of abstract art. Her animation works were awarded “Vimeo Staff Pick”, the Award of Excellence at Communication Arts Illustration Competition 2022, the Best Abstract Animation Award at 2021 London International Animation Festival and the “Junior Jury Award for a Graduation Film” at 2020 Annecy International Animated Film Festival, etc.

Dagmar Schürrer


Dagmar Schürrer is an Austrian digital artist based in Berlin, Germany. She holds a degree in Fine Art from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design in London, UK, and works in the field of expanded animation and extended reality (XR) technologies.

In her hybrid experiences, she links (Neuro-) sciences, new technologies as XR and Artificial Intelligence, digital world building and poetic interpretations of human consciousness and its environmental entanglements, to create intricate and contemplative animations and spatial multimedia installations.

Significant international presentations of her works include the New Contemporaries at the ICA London, the Moscow Biennale for Young Art, the Centre Pompidou Paris, Haus der Kulturen der Welt Berlin, Louvre Auditorium Paris, Transmediale Vorspiel in Berlin, Eunam Museum South Korea, Ars Electronica Linz, the Museum of Waste in Changsha, China, and Tate Modern London, UK. 

Her animations were screened at international festivals, amongst others at Supernova Denver, Diagonale Filmfestival Graz, ITF International Trickfilm Festival Stuttgart, Rencontres International Berlin/Paris, Vienna Shorts, Crossing Europe Linz, Tricky Women Vienna, Filmfest Dresden, Filmfestival Seattle.

She is a project assistant at the research group INKA at the Institute for Culture and Computer Science at the University for Applied Sciences Berlin, within which she explores XR technologies and supports the production of XR applications in the field of art and culture.
As a board member of the Berlin media art association (medienkunstverein), she is committed to supporting new forms of presentation of contemporary new media art.