To mark the arrival of the new selection of seasonal Gift Kits, A Futurist Assembly, AESOP offers a fresh interpretation of the Italian Futurists’ manifesto. First published in Le Figaro in 1909, this articulation of the movement’s philosophy and aims is part polemic, part avant-garde prose.
The video is produced Another Slang and directed by Charles Bals.
SUBURBAN is a multi-faceted photography, film and installation exhibition created by artist Ian Strange. Over a two-year period Strange worked with a film crew and volunteers in Ohio, Detroit, Alabama, New Jersey, New York and New Hampshire to create, photograph and film eight site-specific interventions incorporating suburban homes. The recording of these interventions through film and photographic documentation forms the basis of a new solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria on July 26 and a short-film which will be released in late 2013. IanStrange.com ngv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/exhibitions/ian-strange
27 JUL 2013 – 15 SEP, 2013
The Ian Potter Centre:
NGV Australia at Federation Square
NGV Studio, Ground Level
Produced by Amelia Phillips
Music composed by Marc Philip Earley
Interview shot and sound record by Daniel Gallagher
Grade and additional editing by Dominic Pearce
BTS footage shot by Chris Hersey, Miriam Bennet, Jessie Sara English, Jedda Andrews, Dan Gutt and Ian Strange
Shot in Ohio, Detroit, New York, New Hampshire and New Jersey, 2011-2013
Selected footage from 'SUBURBAN' - Multi-Channel video loop and short-film;
Artist / Director: Ian Strange
Produced by Jedda Andrews, Neena Litton
Co-Produced by Jessie Sara English
Director of Photography: A. Clint Litton
2nd Unit Director: Dan Gutt
Production Designer: Ethan Gutt
Time Lapse Photography by Dan Gutt
Post Production and Colorist: Dominic Pearce
'SUBURBAN' unabridged credits available on SuburbanProject.com or IanStrange.com on film and projects full release.
One of our most recent shoots, titled Breakfast Interrupted, is now live for your viewing pleasure. Shot primarily with the Phantom HD Gold at 1000fps, the piece is designed to showcase food in a beautiful and unusual way.
The idea was brought to us by our friends at marlinnetwork.com, for their annual breakfast event.
A behind the scenes look at the epic production of the artwork for "Italian Design is Coming Home." Believe it or not, it's entirely made of paper, which was kindly offered by Polyedra.
It's two and a half metres wide, features 40 (yes 40) different colours and types of paper and took a month to construct.
And no pencils, felt-tips or paint were used at any point in the production, except to pick our noses.
A huge big up to Alberto Parise and Giovanni Pasini for making something so special in just under 2 minutes.
Click on the link below to appreciate every painstaking detail of the paper model. Go on, you know you want to.
To know more about our project:
To know more about Alberto's and Giovanni's work: