Nice shroomy show from an Australian fashion house.
Mandala is a communal + permanent projection mapping sculptural installation at the Billy Blue College of Design in Brisbane, Australia. It was conceived and built by Liam Key, and is available for students to hone, test, and learn projection mapping on an already existing installation.
All animation in this video is created by Liam Key. Songs by Chris Clark (Caveman Lament + Fossil Paste).
Short film based on real experiences of increased resolution in mental imagery.
Dreams, the imagination and stored visual imagery in memory play an important role in all our daily lives. They are the basis of invention and use cognitive processes which are not well understood by even the leading neuroscientists. This short film is a testament to the brains ability to see things with the mind’s eye clearly and precisely as 3-dimensional visual imagery.
All 3D models, animation and musical score by Australian visual artist and researcher Liam Key.
Liam has a PhD work “Using 3D animation to visualise N, N-dimethyltryptamine (DMT) complex visual hallucinations”, which was unfortunately rejected due to major errors in terms of the scientific method. I still recommend to check it out as he worked directly with Rick Strassman M.D, developing 12 x 3D animated scenes of complex visual hallucinations recorded in the most recent human DMT study done in the past 40 years.
Half Full Glass Of Wine is the type of song you come across rarely with it’s half speed, double riffing magic. Kevins vocals float through the air like a magic carpet ride through an aural wonderland, the guitars dual each other in a call and response frenzy, which all leads up to a beast of a solo that holds you by the soul galloping away in oblivion.
Half Full Glass Of WIne comes accompanied by a video directed by creative minds Special Problems (Cut Off Your Hands, Mercy Arms) who has created the perfect trippy realm for you to get lost in. Humming birds that flutter around a sumo wrestler, monkeys bounce off of canons and dance upon their fiery discharge, dogs jump at floating ships on the horizon like possessed beasts.
Thanks to my house mate Loic for the link (I advice you to have a look at his blog as painter/street art actor : http://lepantinpeint.blogspot.fr/)