Direction: Upper First
Production: Upper First
Photographer: David Einar
After spending a long night in a dark, creepy warehouse full of mannequins, and many hours of spare time in front of your computer, this is what you get!
In this piece we’ve combined two of our interests, creative visuals and electro music, to create a music video for the up-and-coming Swedish artist Mille. The idea was to use projections on mannequins to achieve a different and interesting expression where graphics almost become clothes on the bodies.
To be able to do this we got some help from a couple of friends - David Einar behind the camera and Transfett who did the live sync of visuals onto mannequins, thanks guys! Awesome work.
Mille myspace: http://www.myspace.com/technomille/music
More information: https://anti-utopias.com/art/norimichi-hirakawa-indivisible/
There are three construction rules Norimichi Hirakawa based his new work, The Indivisible (Prototype No. 1), each revolving around the artist's interest in the principles and laws underlying our world. What the artist seeks to explore is whether it is possible for human beings to deal with principles and natural law underlying the world which natural science has been aiming to succeed in solving. The three rules governing this exploration are:
1. To let a computer program do a meaningful calculation.
2. To depict only by using numerical values that appear in a calculation process.
3. (However) Do not represent a calculation object as object itself.
For the young Japanese artist, whose work was recently presented as part of TodaysArt Japan at T-Art Gallery, this real-time, processual approach is a means to address the world differently than we normally would, without the mediation of perception or apprehension.