I really like music by Halls. It’s the solo project of south London-based musician Samuel Howard. He combines “looped electronic samples with sparse vocals” with dense reverbs. The video for “Lifeblood” was created by Ben Symonds using footage from the BBC’s “Planet Earth” and “Frozen Planet”. Amazing outcome and works really well with the music.
In line of the Transmediale Festival in Berlin from 30.01 – 05.02.12. I want to show you the work of Till Nowak.
He will present his short film “The Centrifuge Brain Project” at the Festival. It’s not online, but i give you a short vision. In this fictive documentation he builds monstrous machines, which scientist use to overcome gravity. With 3-D-Modelling-and Animation Software he manipulates the reality. After taking live pictures to extract the 3-D structure, he put these animation back to the documentary footage via Match-Moving-Method. So that we get the impression, that gravity is no matter anymore.
“Till Nowak is a digital artist, designer and filmmaker. Since 1999 Till works as a professional computer graphics artist on his own independent projects and as an efficient one-man-production-company for high profile clients. He is based in Hamburg. He has is own computer animation Studio frameboX”
Ok first to say. I want that film. Second,I still want that film, Third I want it now. But ok, here are some information about this project. This film is a result of a creative output of established and great sound- and motiondesigners. 20 Motiondesigner and 11 Sounddesigner worked together to explore and research the relation between sound and geometry. They split up in teams, so that they all started from a different point and used different technical solutions.
Maybe these names sound familiar to you: Onur Senturk, Kultnation, Mate Steinforth or Korb set up a team or Audionerve, Mutant Jukebox, Echolab, and World Gang developed developed these experimental work in a double.
The best is to see it for yourself. resonance-film.com
I saw his video production DUST at the Transmediale 2011 opening. I remembered this video because a fly got on my nerves a couple of minutes before. The good thing, I am not able to see this close-up view with my eyes and my room is not so dusty. But Herman Kolgen gave us the chance to show us an abstract view from a short life of a fly.
for more informations visit his website and you can find more videos on vimeo
“Obscura Digital develops technology-driven creative solutions for global companies.” Here are just three big events shown using the new technology, leaving behind a vision into the future. Fully inspired and curious what they develop next.
If you wanna find out more about these fascinating projects and to be updated, visit their website or follow them on vimeo
“The secret lives of invisible magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic ever-changing geometries . All action takes place around NASA’s Space Sciences Laboratories, UC Berkeley, to recordings of space scientists describing their discoveries . Actual VLF audio recordings control the evolution of the fields as they delve into our inaudible surroundings, revealing recurrent ‘whistlers’ produced by fleeting electrons . Are we observing a series of scientific experiments, the universe in flux, or a documentary of a fictional world?”
In Magnetic Movie, Semiconductor have taken the magnificent scientific visualisations of the sun and solar winds conducted at the Space Sciences Laboratory and Semiconducted them.
With Magnetic Movie, Semiconductor have tapped into a new and ancient aesthetic of turbulence. We can hear it in the sounds of natural radio-naturally-occurring electromagnetic signals from the earth’s ionosphere and magnetosphere-that course through Magnetic Movie, at times animating the animation, a quick nervous response condensed into static.
February 25th, 2011 // 1 Comment // Posted by Andrea
performed by Barbara Lüneburg, composed by Alexander Schubert
I love this combination of a classical instrument performing experimental and challenging sound in fusion with a visual projection. The music is measured with sensors, so that the the projection is following the pattern of the music. Great Live Performance. A mixture between an arty composing and modern electronica style.
In this relation i want to introduce you to sinebag another project of Alexander Schubert, more club like.
It is hard to describe the music, very thoughtful, influenced by classical composing and inspired by electronic music. Produced with live electronics, modular synthesizers and music software.