Archive | May, 2017

Excerpt from “Dormouse”- Doug Foster in collaboration with Simon Birch

19 May

Dreamy! From the Vimeo description:

This is a short clip from the digital film installation made by Doug Foster, in collaboration with Simon Birch, for The 14th Factory project which opened in Los Angeles, March, 2017. Dormouse is the first film installation to be encountered as you enter the exhibition and constitutes the threshold to the “rabbit hole”. It was shot in Beijing and features well known Chinese performance artists Cang Xin, Li Wei and Yang Zhichao, amongst others. The soundtrack is by Gary Gunn.

 

SKIP&DIE – Wake up

18 May

 

By: Rogier van der Zwaag

Phosphene (2010)

17 May

Designed on a computer, printed to physical media. By Benjamin Ducroz.

Quite: zeo-x-s (2011)

16 May

Contains parts from 4k intro “cdak” by Quite & Orange.

Paul White – “The Doldrums”

15 May

Polybius by Jeff Minter

14 May

FAIK – ‘Saying bye was a mistake’

13 May

 

“The story of a guy who regrets the choices he made.
He keeps looking back on an unfilled relationship he had with a woman.
Waves symbolize the tempestuous emotions, whereas the hot air balloon represents the memories.
Finally, the paint reflects time which passes and separates them from each other.
It’s a video with double exposure (filmed in Istanbul and Cappadokia), put on backgrounds with paint mixed in milk and dishwashing liquid.”

“Home”- music video for Joe Goddard directed and animated by Pete Fowler

12 May

 

Oh how I love the retro groove on this tune. Be sure to hang in until 1:30-that’s when the visuals get REALLY psychedelic.

Pin (2007)

10 May

What an absolutely gorgeous “extended canvas” for an animation. By Benjamin Ducroz.

ambience by Quite

9 May

1st place at Geeks can dance 2010 PC 64k intro compo.

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