Here is a clip from an expedition we filmed in the Kimberley where scientists and artist got together to explore this remote region. This film explores how artists and scientists engage in the natural world and the many discoveries they encountered.
The end of evolution awaits in a wasteland dominated by bizarre trash formations, dust and rock. From the scattered remains of a long forgotten culture an electric ecosystem rapidly evolves into the ultimate form of existence...
The mechanical life form Ohm inhabits a bleak and devastated planet. The thousands of mechanical creatures of this world share a single cycle of energy. In this cycle, Ohm is a rogue element. His nature is to devour and absorb others. When one day a gargantuan foreign object appears in the skies. Drawn in by mysterious creatures of light, the Ohm tracks them across the planet, changing the known order of matter, time and space.
Directed by Eva Franz and Andy Goralczyk this extraordinary animated short film fuses high-end CGI and photographic images, miniature sets and traditional stop-motion puppet animation.
The Kimberley is one of the most ecologically diverse areas of the world. Its marine ecosystems are amongst the world's most pristine. At 424500 square kilometers the Kimberley is bigger than Italy or Germany and it has over 3000 uninhabited islands.
This documentary takes you on a expedition into this remote region with a team of scientists and an artist. What they find redefines their values and how they view the natural world. It showcases one of the last great wilderness areas through incredible wildlife- great and small.
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