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Homesick by Nicolas Lefaucheux

“In the crisis situation we experience today, with immigration issues, insecurity, global warming and self destructive tendencies, it is really challenging to clearly define what Home stands for.”

Here’s a short video illustrating “homesickness” by Nicolas Lefaucheux.

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Passing Through

Passing Through by Kristian Ulrich Larsen & Olafur Haraldsson.
Shooting location: Iceland // Music: Division – Moby.

“The text used for the narration of “Passing Through” is part of a speech Serbian scientist and inventor Nicola Tesla delivered in 1893 at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. Though today less known than figures like Edison and Einstein, Tesla was more or less the father of much of our modern technology, since he among other things developed the foundations of the European electrical system based on alternating currents and the principles of wireless radio communication.”

Live Long & Prosper by Shawn Sheehan

This animation is an homage to one of the most groundbreaking sci-fi television shows ever to beam down to Earth. Directed & animated by Shawn Sheehan.

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 maxhattler.com

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