A laser installation directed by Polynoid.
Artists: Jan Bitzer, Sarah Eim, Tom Weber, Michael Heberlein, Ilija Brunck, William Tirloy.
|Rob Clouth “Islands of Glass” • Taken from the “Clockwork Atom EP” on Leisure System.|
Squarevolution – the story of a square that tries to break out of its two dimensional world to evolve into a three dimensional object.
|Squarevolution is an interactive art installation that uses three picture frames, projection mapping and the human impulse of clicking a light switch to start the animated evolutionary development of a square.|
The visual artwork was created by Lenny Grade and Christian Diekmann also known as grade die. Their work was completed by Sascha Jatho who composed a great audio track that combines rare old synthesizer sounds with the most recent software development in the field of music.
Artjail teamed up with acclaimed video artist Marco Brambilla to create this short film that was acquired by Vera Wang and is currently installed in her flagship Beverly Hills store. The installation is an impressive 8 panel wall mounted version that plays as an offset reel of film.
|Director: Marco Brambilla • DP: Martin Ahlgren • VFX: Artjail • Music: Nicolas Jaar.|
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OMOTE: A Realtime Facetracking & Projection Mapping Installation by Nobumichi Asai.
A continuous vertical freehand digression by Caleb Wood.
Caleb Wood was invited to install some animation at the Prøve Gallery in Duluth MN. He set out drawing columns of free hand animation directly onto the gallery wall. “Plumb” is the film product of the installation • Music & assistance by N. H. Teraberry.
Imagineers in Exile is an immersive art installation / theatrical production in which the audience is surrounded by illustrations of bizarre lands and creatures on every wall. Projection mapping brings the drawings to life and guides the audience around the space as if they were inside the pages of an epic adventure. Some characters and situations from the paper manifest themselves in live performance. It’s a wholly new concept combining digital story telling, immersive theatre, and traditional ink and paper illustration.
Directed, projected, illustrated, animated, filmed, edited & performed by a dandypunk.
The aim was to attempt to invoke the magical and inspiring feeling of watching “Labyrinth” or “The Neverending Story” for the first time as a child–only now for an older audience.
Chiaroscuro is a culmination of contrasts; the interplay of light and dark, the tangible and intangible, the old and new. The installation is a contemporary interpretation of “Chiaroscuro”, a term more commonly associated with 17th century painting, that is as hand-made as it is digitally enabled.
Drawing in the installation is the fundamental element — spanning the physical structure, the light-mapping and the projection itself. By digitizing the drawing, the simple expression of mark-making becomes transmutable. It is reinterpreted to take on a new form and dimension in the software — it transforms into structures manipulatable through time.
If drawing is an analogy for basic human expression, Chiaroscuro is an immersive installation that augments the drawn image in scale, sound, and scope by harnessing the imaginative potential of interdisciplinary processes and technologies.
Creative direction by Sougwen Chung // Original Music by Praveen Sharma.
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• Crystals ver I //
Crystals is an audio-visual collaboration between multi-disciplinary artist Bruno Levy and DJ/composer Kate Simko.
Using stop motion photography, Bruno Levy captured various types of crystals growing under a microscope. As the evaporation process occurred, a wide variety of patterns and shapes were formed, creating an organic, yet otherworldly landscape. The compiled images are reminiscent of space and the creation of matter; as the video progresses the geometry of the crystals becomes increasingly complex. Shimmering floating particles transform into glowing geometric shapes that develop into complex galactic formations, taking us on a journey of growth and evolution.
All orchestral instruments in Crystals were recorded live and combined with the electronic music elements.
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Multi Channel audio visual installation.
Based experiment in cymatics; the study of visible sound and vibration, this audio visual installation shows water reacting to sound vibration. Water, ink and milk were place in a circular dish on top a subwoofer. Different visual patterns of light reflecting off the surface of the water were seen to form. These patterns changed with variations in wave forms played between a frequency range of 25-60 Hz hertz.The patterns created were dependent on the geometry of the receptacle.