by Yoav David & Lior Bentov
"The Missing Stone"* is a story-telling architectural projection performed during the Jerusalem Festival of Lights, June 2011.
As night falls on the market place the Jerusalem building wakes up to life. One man is stranded inside its magic. He is on a search to unravel this mystery, though the bare sight of his own close-up brings him to fear.
What is the missing stone? For us it represents the possibilities of cinematic and theatrical story-telling in the 3d projection mapping world. Exploring them was our aim in this project, and a mile stone for what is yet to come.
Concept: Yoav David & Lior Bentov
Direction: Yoav David
Art direction: Lior Bentov
3D artist: Jonathan Katzman
2D animation: Yoav David
Acting: Yehonathan Porat
Original Music: Alberto Schwartz
Sound design: Aviv Aldema
Equipment: AVS creative visual solutions. avs.co.il
*The original title by the way was "Night Train", but it was actually meant for something else.
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"‘Graphics Speak’ is about translating visual elements to sound, as it consists of a collection of patterns that can be turned into audible experience. Each archetype has its own harmonious composition made by mixing them on a turntable. The installation is contextualized within a darkroom, by broadcasting live video recording of the graphics on an analog television, where the transmitted electromagnetic waves are translated into sound through using a sensor. Therefore in this case, what you hear is what you see. In the exhibition, it also contains the process and various experiments of visualizing sound and vice versa."
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Listed in category: Audiovisual
The title "Black Mirror" refers to the dark mirror used in the 18th century for landscape painting, also called Claude glass.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Claude_glass
Black Mirror – A New Installation and Moving Paintings
1st US Solo Show of Robert Seidel Young Projects, Space B210, Los Angeles
March 22nd to August 20th 2011
Projection on Paper Sculptures in front of a Mirror
Sculpture #1: 1,6 x 1,2 x 0,8 m (shown)
Sculpture #2: 2,1m x 0,8 x 0,9 m
USA / Germany 2011
Artists websit: http://robertseidel.com
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Zaha Hadid Architects [zaha-hadid.com] worked together with design office Kollision [kollision.dk], CAVI [cavi.au.dk] and Wahlberg [wahlberg.dk] to create the interactive installation 'Parametric Space' for the exhibition 'Zaha Hadid - World Architecture' at the Danish Architecture Centre [dac.dk] 29 June - 29 September 2013.
The installation is a fully parametric space that reacts to the visitors' movements by changing shape and expression. At first glance the installation is a dark rectangular space - four walls, floor and ceiling. But the space change when visitors enter. What appears to be a normal flat ceiling reveals itself as a flexible membrane that starts to glow and physically move down into a funnel shape that slowly reaches out. Stepping closer to the funnel it moves further down; stepping back the membrane draws itself back, too. But the membrane does not only change its shape it is also brought to life by thousands of dynamic light particles inhabiting the surface reacting on the membrane movements, creating an almost dreamy but still tangible experience related to the parametrically architectural language that Zaha Hadid Architects are known for.
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