1. To learn more about this video and see more images from the collection, click here: shainblumphoto.com/project/mirror-city-timelapse-film/

    When I first started Mirror City, I wanted to create a video that was completely out of the norm. I wanted to showcase something unique and artistic, which takes Timelapse photography into a more abstract direction. Mirror City is a visual story through some of the great American cities: Chicago, San Francisco, San Diego, Las Vegas and Los Angeles. These clips were all processed from their original form, into the kaleidoscopic visuals that you see in this video. Many people visit these large cities every day, and all of these places have been shot and filmed, but I wanted to emulate these urban landscapes in a way that nobody has even seen before. I wanted to put man-made geometric shapes, mixed with elements of color and movement to create less of a structured video, and more of a plethora of visual stimulation.
    The video starts off with simple mirrors and recognizable architecture, as the video progresses, so does the visual stimulation, showing the real abstraction of the piece.
    I have worked on this piece for an extremely long amount of time. I have spent time mirroring images and videos for the past five years, and I have been working on this specific piece for about four months. I felt it was time to combine Timelapse photography and the simplicity of a kaleidoscope, and create Mirror City.

    Directed, Filmed & Edited: Michael Shainblum
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    Music: Bassnectar
    Track: Bassnectar – Butterfly (ft. Mimi Page)
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    (All clips are available in the original and mirrored format) For licensing & inquires please contact at
    Shainblumphoto@gmail.com

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  2. Taken from the film Refuge of the Roads. Directed by Joni herself, she creates collage/montage moments blending footage from the film Koyaanisqatsi, other archival material, along with Super 8 home movies she shot with then husband Larry Klein.

    This "concert" footage was filmed on a soundstage minus an audience, after completing her Refuge World Tour.

    Keyboardist Russell Ferrante
    Guitarist Michael Landau
    Bassist Larry Klein
    Drummer Vinnie Colaiuta

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  3. Joni recorded several songs on August 17, 1966 for use on the TV Series Mon Pays, Mes Chansons, w/ David Rea on 2nd guitar.

    Chansons was a series of 13 musical programs highlighting Canadian folk songs old and new, filmed in color against some of Canada's most attractive scenery coast to coast. The series was originally telecast on SRC in the summer of 1966 and on the English language CBC network during the 1966-67 season as a musical salute to the Canadian Centennial of Confederation. Each program originated from a different place, and featured musical numbers appropriate to the scenic location in which they were set. The two programs featuring Joni were broadcast on Nov. 10, 1966 & Feb. 9, 1967.

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  4. An experimental timelapse created for SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM, a crowdfunded quest to explore the effects and dangers of urban light pollution in contrast with some of the most incredible Dark Sky Preserves in North America. Visit the site for more!

    Inspired by the "Darkened Cities" stills project by Thierry Cohen, this short film imagines the galaxy over the glowing metropolis of Los Angeles through composited timelapse and star trail astrophotography. Shot by Gavin Heffernan (SunchaserPictures.com) and Harun Mehmedinovic (Bloodhoney.com). SKYGLOW is endorsed by the International Dark Sky Association darksky.org/.
    © 2015 Gavin Heffernan & Harun Mehmedinovic

    For Stills and Behind the Scenes Shots visit our FLICKR Album:
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    Additional Photography: Nathaniel Smith nathanielsmithphotography.com/
    Music: "DIVISION" by Moby. Courtesy MobyGratis.com
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  5. A film by Claude Mossessian © Claude Mossessian

    Miguel CHEVALIER "Voûtes Célestes 2016"

    Installation de réalité virtuelle générative et interactive

    Nuit Blanche 2016, Eglise Saint-Eustache, Paris, France

    Logiciel : Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret

    Production technique : Voxels Productions

    Avec le partenariat de : Voxels Productions
    et le soutien de : Nuit Blanche and Mairie de Paris,
    Mutuelle Saint-Christophe assurances
    Galerie Lélia Mordoch, Paris / Miami, Marie-Françoise et Gilles Fuchs
    Art, Culture et Foi - Paris, Art Assurance & Services, Association A3-art / Leïla Voigt.
    L’Eglise Saint-Eustache s’associe depuis de nombreuses années à de grands moments de la vie artistique de la ville de Paris, comme la Nuit Blanche, occasion de proposer à quelque 10 000 visiteurs de la nuit, la découverte de son patrimoine historique.

    Le Père George Nicholson et Françoise Paviot, responsable pour l’art contemporain à l’Eglise Saint-Eustache proposent pour la Nuit blanche 2016, l’oeuvre Voûtes Célestes de Miguel Chevalier.
    Cette création in-situ est accompagnée d’improvisations musicales jouées par Baptiste-Florian Marle-Ouvrard, organiste titulaire du grand orgue de Saint-Eustache et de répertoires chantés par Les Chanteurs de Saint-Eustache.

    Voûtes Célestes est une installation numérique générative et interactive projetée sur les voûtes du choeur, de la nef centrale, de la croisée du transept et des deux transepts de l’église Saint-Eustache.
    D’étonnantes cartes du ciel imaginaires se dessinent en temps réel. Le visiteur découvre différentes trames de lumière colorées qui se développent sous la forme de réseaux sinueux.
    Ces grands maillages se forment et se déforment, se modifient suivant les mouvements des visiteurs, créant des univers diversifiés sans cesse renouvelés.

    Cette oeuvre entre en résonance avec l’architecture de l’édifice et souligne les volumes des colonnes et des arcs qui s’animent sous nos yeux.
    Des effets de trompe l’oeil surprenants se créent. Ces univers en suspens amplifient l’impression de hauteur et de légèreté de l’église.

    Les visiteurs sont invités à déambuler, à s’asseoir sur les bancs et à lever les yeux vers les cieux.
    Ces constellations digitales de pixels immergent les visiteurs dans une atmosphère baignée de lumière et ouvrent sur l’infini.
    L’installation dégage une énergie rayonnante dans cet espace de plénitude. Amplifiée par la musique de l’orgue de Saint-Eustache, elle invite à une élévation spirituelle et contemplative.
    Lumière, couleur, mouvement, créent une poétique de la matière et élaborent une nouvelle esthétique du virtuel.

    # vimeo.com/185925081 Uploaded 56.1K Plays 4 Comments

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