Archive for the ‘Video’ Category

Points In Space by Benjamin Ducroz

“using 1050 individual a0 sized frames with long exposure photography, points in space presents melbournes cbd’s cycles of repetition by responding to the flow of traffic at key intersections. bodies join, weld and converge into swarming masses of movement. this movement is present in each city around the world. the work presents how a city environment is controlled through organised systems. scenarios which may look like elements in chaos, work in harmony.”

made for the melbourne fringe festival 2011 as part of the atlas program.
directed by benjamin ducroz // sound: singlesignal.

Performance Art by Olivier de Sagazan

Olivier de Sagazan is a painter, sculptor and performance artist from Brazzaville, Congo, currently living in Saint Nazaire, France. Check out his website for more amazing paintings and videos.

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Untitled by Salvatore Aquilani

Design & Animation: Salvatore Aquilani // Sound Design: Flavio Martines.

Red River Bay

Annecy Opening 2010.
Realised by Rémi Bastie, Nicolas Dehghani, Rachid Guendouze, Maxime Mary & Jérémy Pires.

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Hyper Trophies by Zeitguised

Moving still portrait sculpture by Zeitguised // Sound design by Franz Kirmann.

Type by Weareseventeen

Weareseventeen is a Motion Graphics and Design Studio based in London.
Sound Design by Box of Toys Audio.

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Shift by Max Hattler

“Using the New Age idea of a ‘dimensional shift’ as inspiration, Shift combines science fiction themes through abstract, stop motion animation of objects and colour.”

Shift, a new film by Max Hattler, 2012 // More info and full credits at

There Is No Planet B

“Little by little, our world becomes contaminated. Man has become a monster which stamps everything in it’s path without a hesitation. Men continues acting distructively, although the nature behind us collapses fatally and disappears inevitably. What will happen if we don’t stop? Can mankind be changed?”

The animation is created by Teodor Hristov & Ivan Boyanov // Music: Hristo Hristov – Violoncello.

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Shine A Light For Nature

“We did this light painting video with all our friends in 4 long and cold nights in cologne.”

Living Room by Andreas Kaufmann

A musical stop-motion short film directed by Andreas Kaufmann.