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Screengrab – Willie Witte

19 Jul

 

Timber Timbre – Beat the Drum Slowly from Full Time Hobby

11 Jul

Animated by Chad Vangaalen

Taken from the new album “Hot Dreams” – out now on Full Time Hobby.

Timber Timbre are playing Shepherds Bush Empire, London, on 14th October 2014 as part of Full Time Hobby’s 10th Anniversary celebrations. Tickets available here: bit.ly/1iOO7nO

For full tour dates, visit timbertimbre.com/

Where To Go – Chris Morphitis

7 Jul

Chris Morphitis – Where To Go
Taken from the album ‘Where To Go’
P+C Village Green 2013
Directed by Alice Dunseath & Annlin Chao
Produced by Blinkink & The Royal College Of Art

Jon Jacobsen

18 Jun

“From my perspective, daily life lies between the real world and fantasy. This duality crystalizes so naturally that it looks imperceptible for us: we live in the present without being conscious of it until something happens and breaks this state. This triggers emotions that confirm the coexistence between reality and fantasy in the everyday world.

My creative process starts with the observation of an event that shatters this duality, thus giving me the conceptual base for what in the future will be an image. From this framework, I start creating symbolic relations which are necessary to build a visual metaphor which will bring a first sketch. Nevertheless, my creative process does not respond to any linear sequence, but rather to a come and go between the creator and the artwork.

The photographic language does not capture the reality I want to show in my work. To fill this gap, I mix digital techniques that expand the semiotics of the image, to the point of merging fantasy with reality. This combination of techniques makes my work more diverse and this allows, in a certain way, to reinvent each new project.

Finally, the guidelines that lead my work consist of portraits and self-portraits because, on the one hand, I’m interested to express in an image the vulnerability of human beings facing their surroundings and themselves; and on the other hand, through self-portraiture I represent the inexorable passing of time and how each character inside my image blurs out the limits of their bodies as to, in a horizontal relation, be part of the whole.” [Jon Jacobsen]

http://www.jon-jacobsen.com/

Van Gogh – Shadow

17 May

Video artist Luca Agnani animated some of Van Gogh’s painting, bringing life into the old works of the master.

(Link: Lex. Thanks!)

Dromos – An immersive performance by Fraction & Maotik

12 May

“Dromos aims to achieve the provocation of a generative accident in an immersive environment.” Dromos is a live visual performance created by composer fraction and visual artist Maotik. Shown in the Mutek festival 2013 it creates a stunning 3D immersive experience, which makes me you want to be there.

(Link: Adi. Thanks!)

Apparition HD grand finale – Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab, feat. Rob Tannion

10 May

A fantastic final part of the interactive real-time generated dance performance APPARITION.

(Link: Adi. Thanks!)

Trip – Vjsuave

5 May

Ygor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga are a media art duo which goes by the name Vjsuave. Based in Sao Paulo they specialize in moving projections like this one, and the film is original as well as moving and visually satisfying.

Animation: Juli Perez, Dante Zaballa, vjsuave
Character Design: Ygor Marotta
Photography: vjsuave
Sound: Bmind

ANAMNESIA : a loss of forgetfulness

2 May

Magic Carpet in a Casablanca church / Michel Chevalier

30 Apr

Magic Carpets 2014

Generative and interactive virtual-reality installation
Music : Michel Redolfi
Software: Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret
50 x 10 m / 164.04 x 32.81 ft

Magic Carpets revisit the tradition of the Islamic art, in particular the mosaic and the carpets.
A huge light carpet covers the floor of Sacré Coeur church. When the viewer moves, the trajectory of the curves is disrupted under their feet.
This world of colors and forms in movement, invites us into the magic universe of the « Arabian Nights » and the flying carpets with the music of Michel Redolfi.

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