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Steve Haman Animations

27 Mar

Steve Haman has been releasing some amazing new promo animations as well as some 30 min meditation mixes (you can find on Incedegris’ youtube page) that are perfect visuals for any kind of music or meditation!

 

Balloon Animal (KokoFreakBean)

16 Mar


The legendary KokoFreakBean has a new Youtube channel!

Max Cooper – Perpetual Motion (Official Video by Nick Cobby)

21 Feb

 

Max’s idea for Perpetual Motion was to document the continuous movement of people, exploring how there is no inherent meaning in life, only our own meaning which we create through striving towards our goals. When we discussed the idea of the film, Max and I felt Mexico City was the perfect place to use as a canvas. A sprawling metropolis of 9 million people, all packed in tight and some really interesting land forms and architecture. I then got the idea of using drones when scouting for locations on Google Earth. There were some amazing geometric forms that when viewed from above give an entirely different perspective of the city. I was really interested in the juxtaposition of these orderly forms with the irregular, disorderly chaos confined within it. For me it really helped push the idea of living as part of a perpetual system. I collaborated with 3 very talented Mexican photographers who shot some incredible footage for me, Manuel Marañón, Roberto H and Santiago Arau. It was a pleasure to collaborate with them and I hope the film can be shown in Mexico some time soon. For the animation side, I collaborated with Andy Lomas and Jessica In, integrating their forms frame by frame into the drone footage with my own point data, aiming to create unexpected transitions and connections between reality, hyper realism and the hidden systems beneath.

Ofir Klemperer & Maya Dunietz- Free Love (FlexYourLoveMuscles)

17 Feb

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My 100th post here on DPV! Big thanks to Ido & co. for having me ❤ …..for today's post, one of my own creations, made from a time-lapse video made while hiking through the upper peninsula of Michigan. When I started making videos 4 years ago, DPV was a huge source of inspiration, and I'm as honored as ever to be taking part. Here's to the next 100 weeks…

Soft as Snow – Halo Heart [Houndstooth]

10 Feb


Video my Michael Crowe

The Imaginary by Claudia Cumbie-Jones and Lance Ford Jones

4 Feb

The beauty of the analog signal, and its inherent wildness and unpredictability, is the inspiration for “The Imaginary”. Formed from repurposed analog video and audio signal processing, and channeled through After Effects using Trapcode, “The Imaginary” creates an immersive structure that contains the spontaneous stream of imaginary thought.

Endless Sandwich

29 Jan

If you care anything for new-media art, do yourself a favor and go see the Weibel retrospective at ZKM which is on until 2020-03-08, as well as the historical new-media collection. For me it has been a humbling, awe-filling and possibly artistic-life-changing experience. By the way, everything you ever did or thought of doing or will do,  was already done in the seventies. More on this to come.

“Between TV and viewer there is a function, i.e.: The user switches the device on and off. This function is illustrated and content of the program. A “sandwich”- character of real process and figure process, of reflection and action. In the screen there are viewers seen sitting in front of their TV. In the last picture a disturbance occurs, so that the viewer who watches this scene has to get up, in order to repair the failure. Thus the screen of the next viewer is disturbed. The disturbance reproduces itself, up to the real TV set, so that the real viewer must rise the same way, in order to remove the disturbance. Time delay: The real action is the final point of the reproduced process.” [Peter Weibel]

 

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