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Off the Air: Sound (S08E03)

18 Jun

Clowds by Laurie Catherine Winkel
“Girl’s Night Out” music video by Clowncore
Prebirth by Mike Diva, produced by Josh Shadid/Lord Danger
Sensitive Hearing by Christopher Rutledge
Dolphin Emoji by Julian Glander
Augenlied by KYMAT / JUNOPILOT
The Choir by Cool 3D World
Chimera by Caleb Wood
The Offering by Elenor Kopka
The History and Future of Listening by Lucy Dyson

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Animals for Hands – Walking on the Beach (animation: Dylan Sutton)

17 Jun

Moana | Sing for Te Fiti Who You Are | Full End Scene

15 Jun

Interconnection – Visionary projection mapping

13 Jun

“The piece focuses on the interconnectedness of all things, the micro and the macro, the outer and the inner universe. Connecting logical and emotional, individuals and society, art and audience, planet and galaxies, architecture and animation etc. Even though we often lose touch with the bigger picture, we are all part of a cosmic network. It is only the human mind’s false perception that inner and outer are separated, causing confusion and misunderstanding in the world sometimes. The piece is aiming to reopen the dialogue between the internal and external through a cinematic journey from the state of separation to the state of eternal openness. We are aiming to draw from contemporary visionary art and architecture, sacred geometry, even physics and chemistry to turn the Palace of Parliament into a vibrant, endlessly beautiful scenery of our symbolic dialogue. Integrating the facade’s architectural characteristics into our artwork is also a key element in the concept adding an extra value to this conversation between artist and audience, the city and its citizens. “

WINNER of iMapp 2016 – 4K official video

Director : Antonin Križanić

Visual Design: Antonin Križanić, David Vígh

Producer: István Dávid

Music: AMB – Set In Stone

Sound fx: Fine Cut Bodies

טריקים להישארות בהווה – מריה קונג וגלעד כהנא

1 Jun

Seyit UYGUR { Ebru Artist }

30 May

THAT WILL BE THE DAY // Aldo Aréchar

23 May
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