We think of time as a one way motion from the past, through the present, and on into the future
We think that we are driven along the current of time
We think that present is the result of our past
When the Big Bang happened, at that time it was present time, as this moment is also present time.
It was "NOW" before as much as it is "NOW" now.
A flame burns, and each second a flame is the "object" flame and indeed each second is a different shape and different gas particles.
The flame is an EVENT which IS every instant
What we call past is just a different fragment of the same EVENT.
We live in an ETERNAL PRESENT MOMENT.
Look at a boat moving over water and leaving smooth wakes.
The wake, fading out, tells us where the boat has been
just as our memory of the past tells us what we have done
The wake doesn't drive the ship,
just as our past doesn't drive our present.
We insist in being determined by the past,
but this is our choice.
The fact is that it all starts now, every moment.
but we like to establish a connectivity with the past, because that gives to other people
the impression that we are "sane" - at least in our society.
Music and production: Sarc:o
Sound design: Sarc:o and Michele Morari
Piano performed by: Valerio Carboni
Mastering: Claudio Tani at Zetafactory studio, Carpi - Italy
Words here taken and interpreted from Alan Watts: youtube.com/watch?v=15QW2lTAZmA
(must watch at least part 1 and 2)
We were asked to create some excellent intricate sound design and score for this very beautiful visual journey through Black Ocean's ecosystem. We used some very interesting and unique sound tools when creating this piece. The result is very detailed, subtle and reserved.
Music / Score and Sound Design: Zelig Sound / twitter.com/zeligsound
Created by FutureDeluxe / twitter.com/futuredeluxe
Creative direction - Andrew Jones
3d & animation - Jim Howells / Xander Marritt
Post production - Xander Marritt
Tokyo night stroll.
Music : Ris Paul Ric / Purple Blaze
Gallery Hijinks presents The Letter Collector, and exhibition of over 50 artists. This massive group show is based on our common love of type and script. The viewer will experience an assortment of letters expressed through a range of mediums: drawing, painting, photography, neon, sculpture, video and mixed media. Please join us for the opening reception this Saturday, March 5th, 2011 from 6-10pm at Gallery Hijinks!
Directed by Joe Lumbroso (lumbroso.com)
Shot by Joe Lumbroso, Tylor Bohlman & Jesse Chandler
Edited by Tylor Bohlman & Joe Lumbroso
Animation by Joe Lumbroso & Jillian Mackintosh
Produced by Third Street Works & Gallery Hijinks
Starring Joe Lumbroso as "The Collector"
Exhibiting artists include: Aaron Bo Heimlich, Alexandra Zee, Andrea Wan, Andrew Johnson, Andrew McCintock, Austin McManus, Beau Stanton, Casey Gray, Catherine Ryan, Chris Blackstock, Christian Rex Van Minnen, Christopher Davison, Claire Colette, Cora Lanzisero, Damon MacGregor, David Bayus, Denise Santillan, Dustin Klien, Eli Harris, Eric Helve, Erik Otto, Erik Para, Fernando Pizarro, Hannah Stouffer, Jakub Kalousek, Jason Vivona, Jing Wei, Jon Contino, Kyle Jorgensen, Lafe Eaves, Lisa Congdon, Louise Chen, Mark Warren Jacques, Matthew Reamer, Meryl Pataky, Mike Giant, Molly Bosley, Morgan Blair, Nas Chompas, Pakayla Biehn, Timothy Karpinski, Rich Pellegrino, Robert Minervini, Rosie Hanna, Russell Leng, Ryan De La Hoz, Ryan Riss, Sarah Patterson, Sean Somers, Seth Neefus, Shea Greene, Tanya Behar, Uri Korn, Whitney Lasker, Viktor Layne, and Yellena James.