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transcranial / embodied cognition

transcranial / embodied cognition – Klaus Obermaier, Daito Manabe, Kyle McDonald choreography, sound, concept: Klaus Obermaier programming: Kyle McDonald dance/performance: Tegest Pecht-Guido and Ischa Havens curator: Filip Visnjic - creative applications network project coordinator: Eduard Prats-Molner Transcranial is an ambitious, collaborative performance project by Klaus Obermaier, Kyle McDonald and Daito Manabe, and co-produced by several festivals and organisations in Europe, including Resonate, STRP, CAN Labs and KIKK. Preview performances took place at Resonate 2014, STRP 2015 and Resonate 2015. FACEBOOK: // WEBSITE: MUSIC:

Crowd At The Fair

Crowd At The Fair by SUMITO SAKAKIBARA "What is sovereign in fact is to enjoy the present time without having anything else in view but this present time" Georges Bataille One of the most complex flipbook ever created with "Synchronic Recipro-Inclusive (non-time) Animation" (S.R.I.A) consist of 24 frames of still images by Sumito Sakakibara. In his work, the motifs metamorphose in repetitive movements creating simultaneous, multiple point of view he refers to as "Synchronic Recipro-Inclusive Zone". Found only in dynamic, annular time scale, each element reveals themselves as avatars that holds both Reci (before) and Pro (after) properties simultaneously while nature of the element is actually just “one” (or “all” as you interpret it) creating logically incomprehensible dynamic state of being. S.R.Z aborts linear time and capsizes hierarchy while individual and the whole supplementing and pledging each other in a dynamics and reveals a state of being where matters do not belong to neither of the idea “individual” nor ”the whole”, and shows vividly that matters do not “exist”, but “occur” in an instant moment. This simple, humble device that existed over a century since the begging of the media demonstrates and questions us the very foundation of our world through its holographic nature and shows how matters can occur in a non linear time concept in its simplest physical form.

Romeo on the Beach


A flip flop goes adrift.

Animation for Marco Papiro's track "Romeo on the Beach"

La Rage


La Rage by Alice Saey
musique: Charles Amblard

Distribution : MIYU Distribution

Animation réalisée pour le spectacle "La Rage" de la compagnie M42, co-produit par Dieppe Scène Nationale
Tournée Normandie - Paris - Avignon 2018

"C'est la Première Guerre mondiale. Maï, 19 ans, marin et déserteur, croise la route d'Anna, 16 ans, mariée et déjà veuve aux premières tranchées. Pour l'un comme pour l'autre, l'horizon est bouché… Cependant, à petits feux, Maï et Anna vont se redonner l'un à l'autre le goût des vents du large. C'est une histoire d'adolescences à fleur de peau, de tatouages, de bords de falaise et d'appels d'air. Une histoire d'incendies."

Texte: Fanchon Tortech
Mise en scène: Louise Dudek
Avec: Vincent Marguet et Léa Perret
Musicien: Charles Amblard
Lumières: Jérôme Bertin
Animation: Alice Saey
Scénographie: Heidi Folliet
Création sonore: Rémy Péray
Production: Mathilde Evano

Frühzug (Morning Train)


CH 2012, 5'16", drawn animation
After spending the night together, a couple parts ways. Guided by the activities of the man's morning rituals, she travels into a dream accompanied by the rhythms of the morning train and finds herself alone once again.
direction: Hess Delia
music: Joan & The Sailors
sounddesign: Christof Steinmann, Thomas Gassmann
production: HSLU Design + Kunst, Studienbereich Animation, François Chalet
co-production: Swiss Radio and Television, Catherine Ann Berger

Conversations With a Whale


In this love letter to artists, their art and its audience, a filmmaker is confronted with rejection after rejection until, at last a beautiful fig tree bears sweet fruits. “Conversations with a Whale” was created directly under the camera lens, using various analogue animation techniques.

Honorable Mention at IFF Etiuda&Anima, Krakow 2020
Best German Animation at Festival of Animation Berlin, 2021
Best Narrative Short Animation at ANIMA – Cordoba, 2021
Best Animation at Woodstock Film Festival, Woodstock 2021

art, direction and animation by Anna Samo
produced by Tom Bergmann
music and sound design Merche Blasco

with the voices of Lisa Labracio, Merche Blasco Jason Patience, Biljana Labovich Jeremiah Dickey, Abdallah Ewis Bethany Cutmore-Scott

sound re-recording mixer Benjamin Beladi
additional sound design, foley and mix David Jalbert

STAMP executive producers Carl Vaudrin, Powys Dewhurst, Benjamin Beladi

colorist Will Cox online editor Kevin Caby post production services Final Frame



On a small planet, caught up in their own little private universe, the inhabitants perform their poetically surreal actions, which repeat themselves in an endless loop. That they are all part of a complex little ecosystem which can only function if each of them plays his or her role, is something they are unaware of.

8'41" Min | drawn animation | CH 2018

script, direction: Delia Hess
animation, coloration: Delia Hess, Jessica Studer, Anja Sidler, Charlotte Waltert
postproduction, compositing: Stefan Holaus
sounddesign: Peter Bräker
music: Alexandre Babel
editing: Marcel Ramsay

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