Visuals by: http://www.simonhaiduk.com | Music by: http://www.anilah.bandcamp.com
A companion video to the song "Calling The Others" by Anilah. Including motion graphics and artwork by Simon Haiduk, as well as an art feature by David Heskin.
These artists often create with an emphasis on exploring the relationship of sound and light to activate metaphysical aspects of our being, as well as an attempt to represent our connection to Earth and the energy of spirit that connects us all.
CELLULAR CIRCUITRY AWARDS
EXCELLENCE IN EXPERIMENTAL ANIMATION - ASIFA-San Francisco Inaugural Spring Festival
DIRECTOR'S CHOICE - 32nd Annual Black Maria Film Festival | USA tour, Rome, Italy | 2013
Anima Mundi 2012 | Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo | South America | 2012
Animasyros 5.0 | Hermoupolis, Syros | Greece | 2012
Selected screening/Presentation - Cine Toro 2012 | Toro, Colombia, South America | 2012
Savannah International Film Festival | Savannah, GA | 2013 | INFO TBA
San Jose Short Film Festival | San Jose, CA | 2012
screening/Installation - Currents 2012 | Santa Fe, NM | 2012
Northwest Animation Festival | Portland, OR | 2012
SoCal Film Festival | Huntington Beach, CA | 2012
Athens Animation Festival | Athens, NY | 2012
Wheaton Beard and Weil Galleries | Wheaton College, MA | 2012
Detroit Windsor International Film Festival | Detroit, MI | 2012
screening/Installation - Visionfest | Brooklyn, NY | 2012
ASIFA San Francisco Spring Show | San Francisco, CA | 2012
Woods Hole Film Festival | Woods Hole, MA | 2012
SoDak Animation Festival | Brookings, SD | 2012
Fresh Off The Grill Fest | Detroit, MI | 2012
“Cellular Circuitry” is a stream of digital sculptures and soundscapes that dynamically transmute between organic and circuit-like motifs. It is a reflection of artificial versus natural systems animated in such a way to show that they are intimately connected to one another. My goal was to closely link the visual changes on screen with a mix of natural and digitally sourced sounds. Some sounds are meditative and inviting while others are edgy and alien. They are an audial parallel of what the viewer is seeing and changes in sync with the morphing visual forms they represent.
Mandelbrot Fractal Set Trip To e75 (this) is my first video posting in a long while. Its a deep zoom - into one of my all time favorite areas of the vastly infinite and complex Mandelbrot fractal set. patience was definitely required for the rendering of this one so I hope you like it!
love fractals? want to chat about them?