As a Video/Media Artist and Technical Director of Micro Museum, William has been an active collaborator with dozens of musicians, dancers, visual artists and fellow video artists since 1975. He is a pioneer force in public access television when he receive significant funding from the Texas Commission for the Arts and Humanities to document innovative artists. This is how he came to meet choreographer Kathleen Laziza. He has traveled the world, created many distance learning environments for broadcast engineers in remote places and is currently the Senior Engineer at City University of New York Television. His artistic leadership at Micro Museum has allowed him to build interactive media installation and sculptures that address communication in the 21st Century.
William Laziza has been designing evocative videoart works for large media installations since the earliest days of Micro Museum. He has a new series of dynamic moving images created for fashionable people to wear as electronic jewelry.
Video Jewelry are available for purchase at: MICROMUSEUM.BIZ
Images below William Laziza and Ghosts of the Canal: Mike MacIvor, Tommy Cirillo, Reginald Juste, Kenny Schalk, John LaMacchia (circa 1999-2000)
Collaboration with Video Artist Benton C Bainbridge (circa 2013)