Extn.21 is a short film about one man’s desire to be heard. The film uses an innovative blend of atmospheric stop-frame animation, live action performance (a live action head on a stop-frame puppet) and digital effects to create a dark world of uncertain reality (9 mins).
If you would like to see a 3-minute making of the film, it can be seen here: vimeo.com/lizzieoxby/extn21-the-making-of
Director: Lizzie Oxby
Production company: Finetake
Commission: Channel 4 Television
Listed in category: Narration
"Strange encounters are reported from the festival site as inquisitive and beautiful creatures venture in from the surrounding woods."
Curious Creatures is a large scale augmented reality projection project combining high end animation, sound design, gaming, installation art and electronic music. The work has been designed to reach new audiences in the festival environment. In 2011 Curious Creatures was installed at the Lismore Lantern Parade in Lismore NSW and Splendour in the Grass festival in Woodfordia QLD Australia.
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Installation at Freemote'11 & Fiber Festival in the Nutrecht Rail Factory & Trouw Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Nota Bene is a multi-disciplinary studio based in Istanbul, specialized in digital experiences with the newest technology for global brands & artistic platforms by focussing on video projection mapping, interactive experiences and installations.
Project Management: Burak Gölge
Art Director: Ayşegül Kantarcı
Installation Design: Tevfik R. Gözlükçü
Concept: Murat Can Oğuz
Synopsis: Murat Can Oğuz, Ayşegül Kantarcı
Translation: Begüm Avar
Edited Video Sound: Amon Tobin
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Listed in category: Interaction
An "...experimental examination of the five biggest communities of faith: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism - taken as examples for religious groups. The piece is an audiovisual observation and an exploration. There is no right or wrong. It is a contemplation, seen from a neutral point of view.
Electronic sound scores are mixed with alienated audio elements such as patterns of religious divinations. Wicked frequencies are the disturbing, irritating factor, not letting the listener lay back.
Abstract 3D Objects are representing the five communities of faith. They are embedded into spherical environments, that are temporarily associating brain wave activities or just evoke emotions, like freedom and restriction, belief and doubt.
The pictures reveal the idea behind the visible, obvious. Physical limitations are dissolved by imaginary structures, constructions of unreal spaces...."
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Scenario is a 360 degree 3D Artificially Intelligent installation.
Director Dennis Del Favero
Produced in collaboration with Stephen Sewell, Maurice Pagnucco, Anuraag Sridhar, Arcot Sowmya, Paul Compton and Kate Moore.
(c) 2011 iCinema Centre