This meditative video art piece by Australian artist Dan Monceaux presents suggestions of fire, smoke and water viewed through the hazy lens of a travelling dreamer. The dreamy, ambient electronic music score was written and recorded by Global Communication and is used with permission from composer, Mark Pritchard. The visuals were created in camera, using a Sony HVR-A1P HDV camera and no colour grading or post-processing FX were applied. An HD version is available for installation in galleries, public space and for online exhibition. If you wish to exhibit this work, please contact danimations danimations.com.au
danimations.com.au Moving Image artists Dan Monceaux & Emma Sterling's animation 'bit-tech' was displayed on the Rundle Lantern during SALA (South Australian Living Artists) Festival 2010. The Rundle Lantern is a multi-storey light sculpture, located at the intersection of Rundle and Pultney Streets, Adelaide, South Australia. The duo, who also work together as Supermarket, have exhibited at SALA annually since 2006, and this year were nominated for the Adelaide Film Festival partnership award which was won by Susan Bruce.
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Please note that this is a simulation which shows the creative possibilities. The live performance can be found here: vimeo.com/5677879