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  1. Eyeko Video - Making Eyes
    Director: Chris Floyd
    Make-Up / Art Direction: Kay Montano
    Model: Jessica P - Models One
    Music: The Lovers by Crik Crak

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  2. DOT MATRIX REVOLUTION v BOW BEFORE THE CLOUD

    Following an early morning status check of their vintage electronic equipment, two computer engineers "throw down" in an awkward dance-off that innacurately echoes the development of information technolgy and the internet from 1951 up to the present day. The film features a catchy jingle by pop impresario Jim Guthrie.

    *: The point at which a given species cedes planetary control to robots or machines.

    Production notes: This film was produced by Superbrothers in 2006 before the establishment of Superbrothers Inc., but it was not until after incorporation that the film was eventually released. Critical reception of the film was positive, although most felt that the aim of the film was less lofty than its acclaimed predecessor THE CHILDREN OF THE CLONE, and that its creators had gone soft, already drifting from their revolutionary roots.

    Interestingly, the film caught the attention of a number of internet web logs, leading to criticism by the notoriously tech savvy internet web log users, who responded harshly to home viewings of the film with comments like these: "Lame. Stupid. Fail. The depiction of Computer Systems of each period are so innacurate as to be totally misleading." or worse, "Lame on SOOOO many levels. Not even deinterlaced properly, which is amazing considering it's trying to look 8-bit. I was wondering how this crap got voted up, then saw, of course, Mr.BabyMan's fan army voted it up".

    # vimeo.com/1715202 Uploaded 135K Plays 29 Comments
  3. “If people say it’s impossible we have to prove them wrong.”
    Design students Anna and Terese took on a giant challenge as an exam project. Something no one had done before. If they could swing it, it would for sure be revolutionary. The bicycle is a tool to change the world. If we use bikes AND travel safe: Life will be better for all.

    Join the conversation and tweet #InvsHelmet to have your tweet featured on the GE FOCUS FORWARD website. Go to focusforwardfilms.com/films/49/ to see the discussion.

    Check out more films in the GE FOCUS FORWARD series at vimeo.com/focusforwardfilms.

    Produced by WG Film with the support of
    The Swedish Film Institute - Film commissioner Andra Lasmanis.

    DIRECTOR: Fredrik Gertten
    PRODUCER: Margarete Jangård and Elin Kamlert
    ASSISTANT PRODUCER: Lina Bertilsson
    CAST: Anna Haupt, Terese Alstin
    CAMERA: Marek Wieser
    SOUND RECORDIST:Emma Svensson
    BOOM OPERATOR: Emma Thorsander
    EDITOR: Klaus De León Heinecke
    COMPOSER: Chris Maxwell & Philip Hernandez a.k.a Elegant Too
    COLORIST: Jörgen Persson
    SOUND DESIGN: Tobias Lilja
    SUBTITLES: Ingrid Eng
    POST PRODUCTION:Emma Svensson
    THANKS TO
    Hövding
    Rasmus Thaarup
    CMP – Copenhagen Malmö Port

    cinelan presents THE INVISIBLE BICYCLE HELMET.

    # vimeo.com/43038579 Uploaded 12.8M Plays 287 Comments
  4. Film by Eric Minh Swenson. Music by James Lucchesi

    Lora Schlesinger Gallery presents Peter Shire's Cups, 1974 - 2012 featuring a body of work focused on more than 30 years of ceramic cups, that have never before been exhibited. The show is the artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery. It opens Saturday, April 21 from 5 - 7 pm and is on view through June 9, 2012.

    Peter Shire is recognized for being an innovative and unclassifiable artist. Since the 1970's Peter Shire has been at an intersection where craft, fine art, architectural and industrial design collide. He is not a "traditional" ceramist and his ceramics push the boundaries and preconceived notions of clay. For nearly four decades Peter Shire has made a collection of teapots, cups and other functional items typically found in domestic settings with atypical designs. The works have challenged ideas of form versus function, and have become sculptural objects occupying domestic settings.

    Cups, 1974 - 2012 is a body of work focused on Shire's interpretation of a commonly used vessel, but are in no shape or form commonplace objects. A few of the works in the show have fragile thin walls that appear as if they could be easily chipped if touched by human lips. Their painterly surfaces and sculptural elements added or removed, give each cup an individual personality and sense of presence. Some of the larger cups have bases, handles and sculptural elements that look like assemblages or collages of ideas sculpted with clay. The cup Peach With Tamago Slice is an example of a cup that has been cleverly and colorfully compiled to create a playful construction whose changing surface and multiple textures propel the eye into multiple moments of discovery. Peter Shire's work continues to challenge conventional mass produced objects with a keen sense of design and personal touch. He has built his career freely combining architectural concepts, design principles, fine art and craft without letting solemnity overwhelm the seriousness of play.

    Peter Shire lives and works in Echo Park, Los Angeles. He is a graduate from the famous Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. He has had over 100 solo exhibitions nationally. His work can be found in over 35 museums world wide, including the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum and The Israel Museum. He has completed over 25 public art works including the North Hollywood Gateway, The Ahmanson Music Center in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority on Wilshire and Vermont, and many more.

    For more info on Eric Minh Swenson or project inquiries visit his website :thuvanarts.com

    ART SERIES: thuvanarts.com/take1
    MUSIC VIDEOS: thuvanarts.com/musicvideos

    # vimeo.com/41342994 Uploaded 104K Plays 18 Comments
  5. E. chromi is a collaboration between designers and scientists in the new field of synthetic biology. In 2009, seven Cambridge University undergraduates spent the summer genetically engineering bacteria to secrete a variety of coloured pigments, visible to the naked eye. They designed standardised sequences of DNA, known as BioBricks, and inserted them into E. coli bacteria.

    Each BioBrick part contains genes selected from existing organisms spanning the living kingdoms, enabling the bacteria to produce a colour: red, yellow, green, blue, brown or violet. By combining these with other BioBricks, bacteria could be programmed to do useful things, such as indicate whether drinking water is safe by turning red if they sense a toxin. E. chromi won the Grand Prize at the 2009 International Genetically Engineered Machine Competition (iGEM).

    Designers Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg and James King worked with the team to explore the potential of this new technology, while it was being developed in the lab. They designed a timeline proposing ways that a foundational technology such as E. chromi could develop over the next century. These scenarios include food additives, patenting issues, personalised medicine, terrorism and new types of weather. Not necessarily desirable, they explore the different agendas that could shape the use of E. chromi and in turn, our everyday lives. This collaboration has meant that E. chromi is a technology that has been designed at both the genetic and the human scale, setting a precedent for future collaborations between designers and scientists.

    Credits:

    Design: Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg & James King
    Animation - Cath Elliot (Little Giant Pictures)
    Music - Matthew Irvine Brown
    Illustration - Alice Hoult

    © Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg & James King
    Cambridge University iGEM Team 2009
    http://www.echromi.com

    # vimeo.com/19759432 Uploaded 78.7K Plays 6 Comments

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