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Partition by Eleonora Berra, Delia Hess & Shami Lang-Rinderspacher

Musik / Music: Michel Barengo []
Sounddesign: Eleonora Berra, Thomas Gassmann



Undone by Hayley Morris

"A drifting man struggles to pull objects from the roiling sea below him and scrambles to keep the objects from slipping through his fingers. A stop-motion animation using textured and tactile materials, as well as personal imagery, that represents the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. Inspired by my grandfather."

Patterned by Nature


Patterned by Nature by Plebian Design, Hypersonic Design & Engineering, Patten Studio and Sosolimited

"...10 feet wide and 90 feet in length, this sculptural ribbon winds through the five story atrium of the museum and is made of 3600 tiles of LCD glass. It runs on roughly 75 watts, less power than a laptop computer. Animations are created by independently varying the transparency of each piece of glass...."

"This is Not a Time to Lie"


"This is Not a Time to Lie" by Lei Lei.

"The young Chinese animator also known as “Ray” Lei crafts a hallucinatory short that follows a doe-eyed protagonist on a quest through an imagined world."

Animation: Lei Lei
Music: Li Xingyu
Rapper: J-fever




Directed by: David COQUARD-DASSAULT
Production: Folimage/ ONF-NFB/ Canal+
Music: Christophe HÉRAL
Year of production: 2008

El delirio del pez león


El delirio del pez león (2012)
from Quique Rivera Rivera

Written, animated, and directed by Quique Rivera Rivera
Inspired by the Lionfish plague, this underwater neo-noir tells a story about greed and hierarchy in the Caribbean reefs.

Costume design: Melissa Piekaar,
Music: Etiennne Rivera-Percussion and sound effects
Melody: Yenn-Chello, Quique Rivera-Saxophone
Sound mix: Ashish Dha, Rafaello Mazza



a-tone by H Shi

"Interface mit Natur Form"



Sound installation from Arno Fabre - 2003 / 2006.

Eight percussion instruments – a cymbal, a timpani, a lithophone, a piece of wood, a red rubber band, a tagine cooking vessel, three marimba blades and eight flower pots are laid out in a circle and hanging in semi-darkness. Attached to the ceiling right above them, a network of cables and pipes is connected to a machine filled with water and composed of 24 drippers. Controlled by a computer playing a digital sheet music (Midi file, read by the software Max/MSP), the machine causes the water to drip on the percussion items hanging just below. The water drops fall as dictated by the music score, creating a real musical composition for water drops. The acoustic sounds produced by the percussion tools are amplified and broadcast through four loud speakers. There is no sound processing, or playing of recorded music, but only the sound of the impact of the drops. The water gradually fills up buckets as the music plays, and for sure, at some point, the buckets will have to be emptied.

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