this art installation lets you poke, inflate, or add a disco ball to famous paintings by designboom
"neil mendoza is an artist exploring themes of the absurd, the humorous, the futile and the surreal. his work combines sculpture, electronics and software to bring inanimate objects and spaces to life."
“Aria” with lil Buck
Directed by Benjamin Millepied
Produced by Dimitri Chamblas
Music Laurent Millepied
The Story Box - Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde
Performed by Ekenah Claudin
Created by a dandypunk with Flippingmonk
Also performed by Terry Kvasnik and Stephan Choiniere
Music by Kvasnik.cz
OSSA by Dario Imbrogno
Director and animator: Dario Imbrogno
Cinematography: Giancarlo Morieri
Music and sound design: Enrico Ascoli
Postproduction: Emilio Sapia
produced by Withstand
Virtual Actors in Chinese Opera by Tobias Gremmler
Created for a theatre production that fuses Chinese Opera with New Media, the virtual actors are inspired by shapes, colors and motions of traditional Chinese costumes and dance. The project made me think of how costumes and fashion could reshape a human body.
Lord Guan Yu on Stage
Scriptwriter: Wang An-qi
Director and Designer: Mathias Woo @ Zuni Icosahedron
Digital Images: Tobias Gremmler
Performed by: GuoGuang Opera Company (Taipei)
Andante by Tangible Media Group
"Animated characters on the piano to visualize musical motion"
Quartet for the End of Time/The Crystal Liturgy
Animation/Direction: Simon Russell/Vicarage Studio
Commission: Emma Bharj/Sinifini Music
Sound Design: Redhorse Studio
With special thanks to Marcus du Sautoy
Quartet for the End of Time by Olivier Messiaen
Performed by Claude Desurmont (clarinet)
Luben Yordanoff (violin)
Albert Tétard (cello)
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
© 2015 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin
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