1. By Tom Jenkinson.

    The overall concept of this video revolves around images of imaginary astronomical phenomena. I selected a method which I anticipated would be appropriate to the construction of "scaleless" objects, such that one could imagine them occupying planetary sized volumes of space.

    read the full text at squarepusher.net/planetgear/

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  2. Looping animation for Adult Swim's "Off the Air"

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  4. decoded alien transmissions // 16mm footage of digital animations, sounds a combination of field (er, house) recordings and appropriated sound from the brilliant Chris Mann theuse.info/

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  5. 4JM is an audiovisual work that applies techniques from drawn-on-film animation to the realm of digital video. The physical layout of a film strip offers animators a means of working that can transcend a strictly frame-by-frame approach: by working directly on this surface, the frame boundaries can be ignored altogether and new temporal-spatial relationships emerge. While video does not have such a physical surface to work on, the concept can be translated by imagining the video as a sequence of frames attached end to end to form one large image. The material for 4JM was generated using a feedback loop that output one line of pixels at a time, starting at the top of the first frame and working its way down to the bottom of the last. Along the way this feedback loop combines the alternative temporal-spatial continuities of drawn-on-film animation with the generative possibilities of video systems.

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