1. Strata #3 consist in a film, site-specific installation and series of prints focusing on neoclassical Grand Theatre of Bordeaux. Commissioned by Evento and Lumin for the Bordeaux Art&Architecture Biennale (2009).

    Direction/Design: Quayola
    Sound: Plaid
    Photography: James Medcraft
    3D Animation: Robin Lawrie
    Custom Software: Mauritius Seeger
    Assistants: Kieran Gee-Finch, Colin Johnson

    The term Strata defines a geological formation made of multiple layers of rock. Each one of these layers has its own individual characteristics and history, which combined produce beautiful and unique formations…
    The Strata project consist in a series of films, prints and installations investigating improbable relationships between contemporary digital aesthetics and icons of classical art and architecture. Like in geological processes, layers belonging to different ages interact with one another producing new intriguing formations.

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  2. Several years ago, we visited artist David Sena's studio to peep behind the curtain and find out about his unique process. Sena (who has given a few CH staff members tattoos in the past) creates large-scale artworks using an unusual method: the Cooper Union graduate "paints" almost exclusively using fireworks. The results are fantastic. The artist translates rough burn marks and leftover trails from smoke bombs into mesmerizing pieces that viewers would never believe were born from roadside explosives. We donned respirators and went back to visit Sena—and finally capture his work on film.

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  3. Chance Operations.

    From a visual and conceptual point of view, the tension between order and chaos is a fertile space to explore. For over one hundred years, visual artists have focused on both in isolation and in tandem. As artists started to use software in the 1960s, the nature of this exploration expanded. This presentation features a series of revealing examples, historical research into the topic as developed for Reas' upcoming co-authored book “10 PRINT CHR$(205.5+RND(1)); : GOTO 10″ (MIT Press, 2012), and a selection of Casey's artwork that relies on the relationship between chance operations and strict rules.

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  4. gits2501.com

    A respectful homage to Shirow Masamune’s manga and Mamoru Oshii’s seminal film “Ghost in the Shell”, this is a modernized direction that still tries to stays true to the original creator’s vision. What started as a photo tribute directed by Ash Thorp and Tim Tadder (photography), soon became a worldwide collaboration of more than 20 artists from around the world, with each and everyone coming together to help breath life into the project, resulting in the artistic interpretation you see below.

    For a film that was a comment on the uber-connected society of the future, Project 2501 ended up being itself an example of how this collaborative group of creatives are so connected ourselves. Many of us never met beyond the communications provided by the vast and infinite net, but still came together to make the ultimate tribute to “Ghost in the Shell”.
    Everyone of us wanted the opportunity to pay homage to a ground-breaking film that gave us so much.

    We sincerely hope you enjoy our effort to capture the energy and beauty of the original film’s title sequence.

    THE TEAM:

    Ash thorp - Director / Producer / CG Artist
    Anthony Scott Burns - CG Artist
    Chris Ford - CG Artist
    Colin Thomas - CG Artist
    Filipe Carvalho - Art Director / Designer
    Franck Deron -  Editor
    Furio Tedeschi - 3d lead / CG Artist
    Gavriil Klimov - CG Artist
    Hanno Hagedorn - CG Artist
    Kevin Kwok - Web builder
    Maciej Kuciara - CG Artist
    Michal Misinski - CG Artist / Compositor
    Milton Fernandes - CG Artist
    Simon Jones - CG Artist - Simulation Artist
    Vaughan Ling - CG Artist
    Valentin Sorokin - CG Artist
    Wedge & Lever - Poster Designer

    POLAND CREW

    Juice Studios
    Adam Tunikowski - Additional Compositing Artist
    Aleksandra Rafalksa - Animation
    Jaroslaw Handrysik - Additional rendering artist
    Kuba Pietrzak - Sound Design
    Michal Misinski - Supervisior
    Piotr Bialousz - Additional CG Artist
    Tomasz Dyrdula - CG Artist

    SAN DIEGO CREW

    Tim Tadder - Photographer
    Dahlia Snyder - Shoot Producer
    Mark Peery - Tim Tadder Assistant
    Taylor Abeel - Tim Tadder Assistant
    Kevin Joelson - Behind the Scenes Photography
    Rebecca Joelson - Behind the Scenes Photography
    Natalie Bohlin - Hair and Makeup Artist
    Christine "IDiivil" Adams - Talent

    SINGAPORE CREW

    Fizah Rahim - Photographer 
    Rezaliando - Photographer 

    SPECIAL THANKS

    Our Family and Friends
    Bahi JD - Advisor
    Kaz Oomori - Cultural Design Consultant
    Ryan Hawkins - Additional 3D modeling
    Tomasz Dyrdula - CG Artist
    Vitaly Bulgarov - 3D asset contributor

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  5. robertseidel.com

    ADVECTION _ Robert Seidel
    2-Channel Video Projection on a Water Fountain
    Dimension Fountain 10 x 7 m / Background 35 x 50 m

    Commissioned by
    4th Lichtsicht Biennale _ Bad Rothenfelde / Germany _ lichtsicht-biennale.de
    27th September 2013 – 5th January 2014

    Artist Statement
    The work advection consists of several visual études projected on the continuously changing volume of a water fountain. Interconnected with both the circadian rhythm of their natural surroundings as well as the meteorological nuances of seasonal change from autumn to winter – the fixed études alter their density, texture and luminescence over the exhibition time.

    This highly organic pictorial frame spawns a contemporary form of moving abstract paintings or associative drawings. The volumetric fountain, the pond reflections and iridescent flares shape a plasmatic spatial system, which is extended by a secondary video projection. This additional layer illuminates the surrounding area, integrating vegetation and the passing visitors into an abstracted mirage-stage.

    Here, twining lines change their density within the evolving volume as fragile light patterns float in the bank of fog. The skeletal music composition is augmented by the sound of rippling water and the rushing fountain. Ultimately flickering projection segments and the emerging natural airstreams break the fluctuating formations, making every loop a unique permutation.

    Credits
    Artwork Robert Seidel _ robertseidel.com
    Music David Kamp _ davidkamp.de

    Curator Prof. Dr. Manfred Schneckenburger
    Project Manager Paul Anczykowski
    Producer Marion Carey-Yard
    Consultant Hermann Noering
    Technical Setup Christian Meyer & Team

    The artist would like to thank everyone for making this project possible, especially the People of Bad Rothenfelde, the Heinrich W. Risken Foundation, Nadine Szabó, Daniel Rossa, Thorsten Bauer, Elke Fox, Juliane Keilitz, Florian Licht, Jeffers Egan and Henrik Hofmeister.

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