1. La pagina en blanco - Visual Scenography for the Contemporary Opera

    Filling the white page with a world of obscure images, we created an animated video scenography for the opera “La página en Blanco”.
    A self developed live playback interface enables a direct interplay between orchestra, stage artists, scenography and video elements.

    Video Scenography by
    Claudia Rohrmoser (http://rohrmoser.tv)
    and Benjamin Hohnheiser (http://benju.net)

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  2. 3Destruct an audiovisual installation by Yannick Jacquet, Jeremie Peeters, Thomas Vaquié
    Filmed at: Scopitone Festival / Le Lieu Unique / Nantes / France, October 2011



    Management & production: Antivj, Nicolas Boritch
    Bookings: hello@antivj.com


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  3. About the Work
    "BEYOND CASSINI" is an immersive art installation celebrating the life and death of one of NASA's most successful satellite programs.

    It’s been said that just before a person dies their life’s most potent memories flash before their eyes. “BEYOND CASSINI” uses this narrative to celebrate the accomplishments of one of the most successful and beloved Satellites in space exploration history. As Cassini begins its final flight into Saturn’s upper atmosphere with a mission of disintegration, visuals flash back through time giving viewers highlights of this dying satellite’s life. Fleeting moments and flashbacks allow viewers to celebrate 20 years of Cassini’s achievements in a very personal, non-linear, stylized exhibition.

    Created and Directed by Tyler Bowers of WOW inc, in collaboration with New York based artist Gabriel Pulecio - the teams come together with a powerful synergy. Inside the room with high end CGI graphics by WOW is like being inside of a holographic world, where there are no visual boundaries. Stepping inside a mirrored infinity room, featuring the LED infinity mirror techniques Pulecio has shown internationally, the installation plays with bending the perception of space and time. Synchronized with intricate sound design produced by award winning composer Jeff Dodson, the viewer truly is ingrained inside of Cassini’s mind as an interstellar machine.

    The installation is completely driven by Derivative’s TouchDesigner (link: derivative.ca/). In this instance, TouchDesigner is in charge of all the media that plays in the installation. TouchDesigner triggers the video and LED animations perfectly synced with the audio. It also runs different random LED patterns on the floor in the passive state. By using limit switches in the door, the viewers are able to start the experience just by closing the door. The software is also controlling and mapping all the LED floor animations. These animations are sampled based on the LED locations and the sample data fed into Serial Out CHOPs to two teensies running OCTOWS2811 and fastLED. The floor consists of 10 individual modular panels, with 400 LEDs each.



    WOW inc. Design Team w0w.co.jp
    Beyond Cassini original concept,
    Visuals Direction / Production

    Tyler Bowers tylerbowers.tv

    Kouhei Nakama kouheinakama.com
    Takuma Sasaki

    Executive Producer:
    Hiroshi Takahashi w0w.co.jp

    Go Hagiwara
    Michiru Sasaki

    KANDO Executive Producer:
    Yuki Tazaki

    Sound Design:
    Jeff Dodson, Rainfall Film rainfall.film

    Additional Sound and Music:
    Thibault Csukonyi

    Gabriel Pulecio Studio gabrielpulecio.com
    Physical installation
    Programming / Production

    Direction, Design, Programming,
    infinity original concept:
    Gabriel Pulecio gabrielpulecio.com

    Structural Logistics:
    Paul Gaugon

    Design Development:
    Danny Hudson

    Engineering consultancy:
    Mike Claes

    Paul Bozymowski

    Eric Chang

    Offcial Sponsors:
    TouchDesigner derivative.ca
    Senovva senovva.com

    Special Thanks:
    Lucas Morgan & Gary Lee and Derivative team / TouchDesigner
    Covalent artists, NYC Publicity Executive Producer, Erica L. Bernhard, P.A., Susana Lopez covalentartists.com

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  4. The Installation that constantly creates organic patterns through digitally
    controlled physical phenomena produced by mixture of water, ink and chemical
    substances. Systematic digital control and unpredictable natural phenomenon
    create various patterns that dye together and eventually turn to black, an insipid,
    lifeless state, reminding us of the diversity and cycle of life.
    Dropping unit moves to the position determined by the Game of Life algorithm of
    main computer, and then drops inks to pallet filled with an aqueous solution of
    sodium polyacrylate.
    The Game of Life progresses gradually at every drop, and the next position is
    automatically calculated. Repeating this sequence continues to drop ink
    Mixture of ink dropped on the pallet forms the intricate patterns by causing various
    When the dropping amount exceeds the allowable amount of pallet, the excesses
    flow out to the waste liquid unit. Waste liquids which produced by mixing the
    various inks are accumulated as a black liquid.

    'nor' is a creative label initiated by Japanese artists who have different
    backgrounds. Our label consists of architects, designers, musicians,
    engineers, and so on. We create installations and products using with
    hardware and software integration. The purpose is try to understand
    undefined areas and create a new value through this approach.
    ▼nor web site :https://nor.tokyo/

    Responsibility: Name
    Planner / Conceptor: Makoto Fukuchi
    Hardware Engineer: Satoshi Nanane
    Software Engineer: Shuhei Matsuyama
    Sound Designer: Yui Onodera
    Architect / Experience Designer: Kazuhiro Itagaki
    Designer: Satoshi Kawamata
    Scientist: Mafumi Hishida
    Producer: Shigeyoshi Hayashi

    Movie Direction/Cinematographer: Masaki Ueda

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  5. Telestron recreates one of the ancient world’s most sought-after immersive experiences. Each year, thousands of people would travel to the Greek festival at Eleusis to participate in a ritual that “harnessed the spiritual forces of nature to create a transformative experience.”

    This year’s Day for Night headline installation is housed in a darkened chamber, the Telestron (an adaptation of the original Telesterion), which deploys cutting-edge robotic and light projection technology to bring its audience into an experience of the diurnal cycle (sunrise, noon, sunset, and midnight). In other words: a complete day and night.

    Production Design: VT Pro Design
    Creative Direction: Michael Fullman, Bradley G Munkowitz
    Concept Writer: Stephen Marshall
    Touch Designer Programming: Matt Wachter
    Lighting Design: Gabe Fraboni
    Technical Design: Harry Souders, Jack Gilmore
    Production Management: Hayk Khanjian, Nico Yernazian
    Robot Animation & Previs: Jordan Ariel, Akiko Yamashita
    Design Assistant: David Gao
    Cinematographers: Andrew Curtis, Aaron Marcellino
    Editor: Jordan Ariel
    Colorist: Billy Hobson
    Composer: SoundsRED

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