In the course of refurbishment works ART+COM was commissioned to create a signature art installation for the Departure-Check-in hall of Terminal 1 at Singapore Airport. “Kinetic Rain” is composed of two parts, each consisting of 608 rain droplets made of lightweight aluminum covered with copper. Suspended from thin steel ropes above the two opposing escalators, each droplet is moved precisely and seemingly floating by a computer-controlled motor hidden in the halls ceiling. The drops follow a 15-minute, computationally designed choreography where the two parts move together in unison, sometimes mirroring, sometimes complementing, and sometimes responding to each other.
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“The 360 Project” is an exploration into the crossroads of photography and motion pictures. It is a study of peak dance movements, captured simultaneously by 48 cameras aligned in a circle.
There are two components to “The 360 Project” – “Ballet 360” features ballerinas from Canada’s National Ballet School, “Krump 360” features dancers from Northbuck Krump. The two styles of dance represent polemic perspectives in both technique and origin – one is beauty, the other beast.
The resulting images resemble a type of digital statue – a frozen, peak moment, embodying the essence of each dance form in 360 degrees.
Director / Producer / Concept – Ryan Enn Hughes ryanennhughes.com
Cinematography / On Site Digital – The Big Freeze
1st AD – Darrell Faria
Gaffer – Arash Moallemi
Grip – Cavin Campbell
Makeup – Lauren Fisher
Stylist – Alexis Honce
BTS Video – Barry Cheong
BTS Photo – Melissa Tait
Production Assistants – James Kachan, Eugen Sakhnenko, Pawel Dwulit, Anne-Marie Jackson,
Craig Jewel, Nick Konieczko
Editor – Kyle Wilson
Music/Sound Design – Zelig Sound zeligsound.com
Colorist – Ryan Enn Hughes
Digital Postproduction – Ryan Enn Hughes, James Kachan
Additional Postproduction Support – Scott McIntyre
Jamari Ceasar Whittaker
This work was made possible with the support of the Ontario Arts Council’s Chalmers Arts Fellowship.
Additional support provided by Canada’s National Ballet School.
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The Momentum generation reunites 20 years later.
Photo by Todd Glaser
1. “The Desert Won’t Save You” by U.S. Royalty
2. “Worries” by Memory Tapes
3. “Staring at the Wall” by JEFF the Brotherhood
4. “Just Ride It” by Cuckoo Chaos
5. “Doused” by DIIV
6. “You Can Count on Me” by Panda Bear
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This is the first out of five Episodes about a trip to SouthEast Asia in Fall 2010. Stefan, Clemens and I were travelling in a Landrover through Malaysia, Thailand, Laos and Cambodia for 2 months. Of course, we brought our little DSLRs to capture every great moment of this memorable journey.
Watch the trailer here: vimeo.com/22714098
Watch Episode 2 - THAILAND here: vimeo.com/32269712
Watch Episode 3 - LAOS here: vimeo.com/33352753
Watch Episode 4 - CAMBODIA here: vimeo.com/34551465
Watch Episode 5 - THAILAND / REPRISE here: vimeo.com/34895829
Filmed by Vincent Urban & Clemens Krüger
Shot with Canon 7D
Edited by Vincent Urban
Uzi & Ari - "Mountain / Molehill"
The Travelling Band - "Sundial"
Episode 1 Info:
0:43 - Kuala Lumpur
The city is an interesting clash of cultures, with the Muslim people, the Chinese traders, colonial buildings and a huge modern western influence. If you get a chance to go there, don't miss to eat and drink at Bukit Bintang (2:11), our most favorite place in the city.
2:48 - Port Klang
After 5 days waiting and organizing the handling at the port, we could pick up our Landrover at the harbor. We just bought some supplies before heading North the same day (check out the map below)
4:02 - Cameron Highlands
Already on the next day of driving, we realized that something was wrong with one of the bearings. We had extra parts for the car, however, we couldn't change it on our own. But because of the old colonial days, a majority of those people here in the mountains were driving Landrovers. Those cars were basically everywhere so it didn't take long to find some people that were able to help us. Those friendly locals took us to their house where they had some old-school tools and fixed the bearing. All they wanted in return is to drink some beer with us at a campfire at their house. Good people!
5:18 - Offroad
Our Landrover-friends told us about some "nice little offroad" the next day. And this turned out to be a road that hasn't been used for years. We needed to get dead trees out the way and watch for ditches really carefully. It took us the whole day to get through and in the end, when it got dark we actually managed to slip into a ditch with one wheel. Our trip was almost over already at that time, it was a matter of inches for the car to fall down. I couldn't film this as I was pretty shocked and, of course, we needed work and pull out the car with the winch. But we were lucky enough to get it out and the trip continued.
6:02 - Road North
After the Highlands, we quickly drove all the way North to Thailand, with a little stop-over at Georgetown.# vimeo.com/29906947 Uploaded 93K Plays 1,617 Likes 76 Comments
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