No Can Left Behind is the largest CANLOVE installation to date. Created from over 5000 spray paint cans, this exhibit was featured at 941 Geary/White Walls SF. For more information please visit CANLOVE.org and 941geary.com
We would like to thank the following people for helping make this show a wonderful success.
Video Directed by: RJ Paganini
Photographed by: Colin M. Day & Julian Escobar
Word to Mother
Efrem and LAB
Dennis, Debbie, & Colin Neff
KT, Carlos, & Karina Ramirez
Julian & Val
Alice Elizabeth Ross
Stash & Geanna from ICU Art
Mark Farina & Kristy Cambell
Keisha & Birdman
Jason and Shine on LED
A 90-minute documentary probing the relationship between poverty and education
“LaLee’s Kin” powerfully explores the intersection of poverty and education in the backwater of the Mississippi Delta. It focuses on LaLee Wallace, an illiterate former cotton picker and matriarch of a large, impoverished family, and Reggie Barnes, a visionary local school superintendent struggling to keep his schools from being taken over by the state. An intimate cinema-verite film without any narration, “LaLee’s Kin” is a superb piece of reporting that deals with major issues: education, the value of standardized testing and the heroic measures needed to help children escape from all-consuming poverty.
Susan Froemke and Deborah Dickson with Albert Maysles, directors; Susan Froemke, producer; Deborah Dickson, editor; Albert Maysles, director of photography; John Hoffman, supervising producer; Sheila Nevins, executive producer.
Original story: mayslesfilms.com/films/films/laleeskin.html
In this conclusion to the web mini-series, the show must go on! The News On The Line reporters take a daring chance with S.W.A.M.P.'s tape of an immigration raid.
For more information about the project, see truthontheline.tv. A lot went into the making of Truth On The Line; If you like the project and would like to help Steev continue to make cool stuff like this, please show your support and contribute - click the "tip this video" button on the video's Vimeo page. Thanks for watching and helping!
SoftKill algorithm combines the empirical and real-time character of a particle-spring setup with the computational model of finite element analysis found in typical Topological Optimization methods. Particles in a volume are redistributed(either added or removed) through calculating spring force.
Matter is then redistributed along principal lines of stress while structural agency is embedded through a procedural based logic of connections. What emerges is a thick layer of a porous, fibrous construct. Dissolving geometry through an abstract material articulation, resulting in a non-geometrical structure that is materially efficient, with a high degree of transparency and stiffness, while being extremely articulated, tactile, and ornate.
Softkill Design is a London based design collective (Nicholette Chan, Gilles Retsin, Aaron Silver, Sophia Tang) researching new methods of generative design for additive manufacturing. The unique workflow aims to produce intelligent designs which intuitively utilize 3D-print technology. Research was founded at the Architectural Association School of Architecture's Design Research Lab in the studio of Robert Stuart-Smith. Research prototypes were generously supported by Materialise, with additional support from VoxelJet, and Sirris.
Joel talks with Maria and Stan about the immigration raid he witnessed and the footage that Hopper shot of it. Later, Stan has a longer-than-expected date.
Truth On The Line is a six-part web mini-series about media, journalism, immigration, and life, written and directed by Steev Hise. Future webisodes will be available twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. For more information about the project, see truthontheline.tv. A lot went into the making of Truth On The Line; If you like the project and would like to help Steev continue to make cool stuff like this, please show your support and contribute a few shekels - click the "tip this video" button on the video's Vimeo page. Thanks for watching and helping!
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"timelapsing" the superstorm in Brisbane, Australia. More than 25.000 lighting strikes on one day... I could take some of them hehe!
Music video documentary for the song VARÚÐ by Icelandic band SIGUR RÓS. Shot on the c300 with an incredible low light performance at10,000 ISO. Feel free to check it out: vimeo.com/49138272
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