Black Sun Empire – BSE Podcast 21 // December 2012

Black Sun Empire – BSE Podcast 21 – December 2012.

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Cosmic Jungle by Tchikioto

Script & Design: Tchikioto // Directed by Marie Ayme, Martin Brunet, Alexandre Cazals, Sebastien De Oliveira Bispo, Fabrice Fiteni, Matthieu Garcia, Alexandre Vial.

itzá! // Everything Starts Where It Ends.

itzá! is Jules Guérin, a french motion designer and art director living in Buenos Aires, Argentina, working as an animator and designer. Passionate about discovering new technics and methods of animation. He loves playing with colorful illustrations and animate them.

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Hybris – Subtitles Music UK Podcast // December 2012

Hybris continues to push the limits of his brain and monitors to further uncover new sonic territory with the the ‘Occult EP‘.

Released as a 4 track Digital EP and 2 track limited white label on 17th of December.

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The Flow // Digital Artworks by MRK

Markos Kay – oder eben MRK – ist ein visueller Künstler und Design Director mit Sitz in London, England. Seine Arbeiten wurden bereits international ausgestellt und seine Videoinstallation “aDiatomea” bekam eine Dauerausstellung im Deutschen Ernst Haeckel begründeten Phyletischen Museum in Jena. MRK`s Arbeit verbindet Wissenschaft mit Kunst, die sich mit Themen der Entstehung, Evolution und Komplexität sowie Virtualität und dem künstlichen Leben befasst.

/ Images © MRK // ☇ Art Prints Available @ inPRNT /

K-Bomb x Olive Oil – Some J Front Dadakidz // Remix P.V.

K-Bomb x Olive Oil – Some J Front Dadakidz // Remix P.V.

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Food by Emanuel Strixner

A ball of dough is taken out of the fridge. It has to unfreeze before it gets cooked.

Directed by Emanuel Strixner.

Insa x Stanley Donwood x Atoms For Peace GIF-ITTI

Die hier abgebildeten Gif-ittis sind die erstaunliche Zusammenarbeit zwischen den beiden Künstlern Insa und Stanley Donwood!

XL Records feiert die Veröffentlichung des mit Spannung erwarteten Debüt-Albums von Thom Yorke`s neuer Band ‘Atoms For Peace’ und beauftragte Insa damit, ein GIF-ITI Stück mit Stanley Donwoods Coverartwork über das gesamte Bürogebäude der Plattenfirma in Los Angeles zu gestalten. Wie auch bereits seine vorherigen Arbeiten, sind die neuen animierten GIF-ITTI Bilder erneut einzigartig geworden.

“Los Angeles is, of course, fucked. Everything is fucked, all of our cities, all of our towns, our villages, our farms, our entire way of living. and I don’t mean fucked in a good way, oh no; I mean it in a very, very bad way. our energy rich and culturally complacent society has doomed everything, and really, we all know this. Or at least, we should do. We have run out of everything, pissed it up against the wall, blown it, spent it, wasted it. We’ve run out of money, of oil, of gasoline, of water, of food, of any resources, of energy, of everything. We are reduced to trying to blast pathetic amounts of gas from solid rock and we don’t care if we poison our water while we’re doing it. The apocalypse is already here, and the saddest thing is that we’re trying to fool ourselves that it isn’t happening. Our politicians are fucking idiots, our heroes are fools, our industries are dying, our farmland is trashed and our culture resembles nothing more than a self-devouring joke. Our architecture is hideous and our art revels in empty platitudes. There is no future; we have evicted ourselves from our own cities, rendered our agriculture poisonous, criminalised the poor, aggrandized the rich, honoured the stupid and ridiculed the intelligent. I don’t pretend to stand outside this fucking mess. I’m just as guilty as anyone.” – Stanley Donwood.

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Firefly

Directed by Jan Minol // Story by Jan Minol & Jan Dojcan // Pilot: Jan Dojcan.
Music: Nullified Mark Petrie // Created by Samadhi Production.

Consumed by Andreas Wannerstedt

“Consumed” is another self-initiated personal project written, designed & animated by Andreas Wannerstedt // Track: HECQ “Enceladus” (with Skyence) // Taken from HECQ’s album “Enceladus” (adn149) // Released by Ad Noiseam.

It’s a 3D short film about a not so distant future, where extreme overpopulation has become a global crises. The population growth has reached a critical tipping point and there’s food and water shortages all around the world. The story revolves around a “Food Replicator”, or a so called molecular assembler, a device that can rearrange subatomic particles and guide chemical reactions with atomic precision. In an attempt to prevent mass starvation, this device is used to synthesize nutritions with the ability to self-replicate. But during the initial tests something goes wrong and out-of-control self-replicating compounds starts to spread, consuming all matter while building more copies of them selves.

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