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Listed in categories: Interaction
Fits theses moodes: LightExperimental
Screenshot of “Duet for Coder and a Sketcher”
Copyright: Animishmish

“Duet for Coder and a Sketcher” by Animishmish

Listed in categories: Interaction
Listed in categories: Public Space
Fits theses moodes: LightUrbanMusic
Embraceds these philosophies: CuriosityEnjoymentOddity
Screenshot of “Tiny People Tribe” @ Dnieper River bridge
Copyright: Motomichi Studio

“Tiny People Tribe” @ Dnieper River bridge

"Projection Mapping installation at Dnieper River bridge, Kiev, Ukraine for Linoleum Animation and Media Art Festival. 2015."

Listed in categories: Public Space
Listed in categories: InteractionBody
Fits theses moodes: ContemporaryArchitectureSurreal
Screenshot of Waking Dream
Copyright: SDNA

#Dance / #Video #Installation: Waking Dream by SDNA

Bringing together theatre, dance and digital animation, Waking Dream takes us on a disorienting journey through the subconscious of a sleeping commuter.
"...SDNA have engaged with the possibilities of a 360-degree screen as well as the original function of the Roundhouse as a railway engine shed, to create a work based around the surreal dream of a commuter who has nodded off in transit. ...."

Director: Valentina Floris and Ben Foot
Soundtrack: Takatsuna Mukai
3D animation: Zsolt Balogh
Stylist: Anya Kamarek
Performers: Nina Fog, Zoe Jones, Marcin Rudy and Katarzyna Witek

Listed in categories: InteractionBody


By stefanie sixt, sixt sense

Listed in categories: NarrationAudiovisual
Fits theses moodes: IndustrialDarkExperimentalMusic
Embraceds these philosophies: ArtTechnology
Screenshot of B C H I J
Copyright: stefanie sixt, sixt sense

Audiovisual Live Performance: B C H I J - Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism by Stefanie Sixt (Visuals) and Markus Behr (Sound).

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...."

Listed in categories: NarrationAudiovisual

Le Sacre du Printemps

By Viennaexile

Listed in categories: Body
Screenshot of Le Sacre du Printemps
Copyright: Viennaexile

Le Sacre du Printemps - Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab

An interactive real-time generated stereoscopic dance and music project by Klaus Obermaier and Ars Electronica Futurelab, featuring Julia Mach.
Premiered by the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, Dennis Russell Davies.
Please be aware that this is a live performance with STEREOSCOPIC projections, but the YouTube video is only 2D.
Performances at: Royal Festival Hall London, Symphony Hall Birmingham, Taipei Arts Festival, Aarhus Festival, Festival Cervantino Guanajuato/Mexico ...

Listed in categories: Body


By Viennaexile

Listed in categories: AudiovisualBody
Screenshot of VIVISECTOR
Copyright: Viennaexile

Dance / Performance: Vivisector - Part 2 - Klaus Obermaier, Chris Haring.
VIVISECTOR is an examination of the different speeds of people/nature and technology/information society and their acceleration; an experiment to overcome the space-time continuum in the real world. It breaks the linearity of movement and in doing so shows the absurdity of momentum.

Listed in categories: AudiovisualBody