Mess Around by nikodio
"Colorful spirits go on night out to put the mess in town!"
Zoë Mc Pherson - Inouï (and free)
by Alessandra Leone
Inouï (and free), chapter vi. of String Figures audiovisual album
Direction - Alessandra Leone
Concept and music - Zoë Mc Pherson
3D Animation - Andreas Barden
DoP - Julian Moser
Mastering - Rashad Becker
Produced by Zoë Mc Pherson
NAUTILUS by Rimiyoho
"NAUTILUS is a journey into the depths of a colorful sea.
We can see how each stroke is generated bringing to life a jellyfish in an underwater landscape.
Live illustration and animation using Tagtool for iPad.
Rimiyoho is a project by visual artist Fernando Sica focused on live performance.
Music by Johnny Ripper, Song: klātu - bronze (johnny ripper remix)"
PH(R)ASE by Asymmetrique Answer performance group
Fit into the crowd by Julien-Robert
Piece for bass clarinet, computer and reactive video.
Performed by Krista Martynes, 9 min. 20.
Music and image by Julien-Robert Legault Salvail, March 2011.
"Finding a musical juxtaposition between trying to create security and finding one’s place, Fit into the crowd is based on a visual image of a character trying to musically find that place while keeping the urban security around them, with a tape part of different phrases commonly said for the sake of security like: I shouldn’t step too far out of place; It’s better to not take risks; Art beware, everything has been done."
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