Spherical Harmonics is about the strange power of the CGI image. It's a fantasy under construction, full of digitally created memories, counterfeit physics and controlled accidents. A place where reality fails because it's too perfect.
The film is was created in just six weeks and exhibited between January and April 2014 at The Photographers Gallery in London. Spherical Harmonics sits stylistically at a halfway point between the glossy product displays of Oxford Street and the workhouse construction of Soho’s post production scene.
Directed and Animated by Alan Warburton
Soundtrack and Sound Design by Alan Warburton and Mustafa Bal
Commissioned by Animate Projects and The Photographers Gallery with support from Arts Council England.
For more information, read an interview between Alan Warburton and Katrina Sluis, Digital Curator at the Photographers Gallery here: thephotographersgalleryblog.org.uk/2014/02/13/spherical-harmonics-alan-warburton-interviewed-by-katrina-sluis/
Or head on over to Animate Projects site and check out Adam Brown's essay on Spherical Harmonics, here: