William Huster is a undergraduate student at Indiana University working on his Bachelor of Fine Arts (B.F.A.) degree with a concentration in digital art. William has designed websites and logos, recorded music, created animations, and programmed interactive multimedia events among other things. He tries to keep up to date on his blog at williamhuster.com
"Salvation" is a memoryscape describing one small corner of the village of Guarjila, El Salvador. Having personally spent little more than a week in the town, the roles of place and cultural heritage are explored from the limited perspective of the outsider. This experience is transferred to the viewer in the environment, who encounters an inhabitable but vacant landscape replete with cultural history.