Resonance is a participatory performance that creates an immersive experience through movement, sound, light and color using one of the largest high-resolution screens in the world, located in the Frank Gehry-designed headquarters for IAC in New York City.
Using the big screen as an architectural element and mobile phones as interactive/performative devices, people are invited to follow simple motion gestures to give life to an ephemeral collective space.
A project by Sergio Mora-Diaz
Music by T. K. Broderick
Interactive Telecommunications Program
IAC/InterActive Corp Headquarters
Created for ITP Big Screens 2015 at IAC HQ, New York
“Deconstruction” is an animated short film that depicts the abstract process of analyzing The Self. We are all multifaceted. Our personalities are a concoction of characters; both meticulously and haphazardly constructed by the conscious and unconscious mind. Join us in examining the building blocks of who we really are.
A collaboration work by Craig Pickard and Zhen Liu. Featured in the ITP Big Screens Show in IAC on Dec 4th, 2015.
Music and Sound Design: Justin Peake
Special Thanks: Mimi Yin, Alon Chitayat, Moon, Rosalie Yu, Justin Peake, Sehyun Kim, and the ITP community.
Full Width Project Version: vimeo.com/150154833
Presented at the IAC building's 120 foot x 11 foot video wall on Dec 4, 2015.
Morph is an ironic expression of having super powers. The story begins with the character being born, gaining power, exploring power and abusing power; ending with the destruction of the environment. This abstract world is witnessed by the audience through the character’s perspective as well as from afar.
Created by Boram Kim.
Music and Sound design by Jason Sigal and Seth Kranzler.
Special thanks to Mimi Yin, Alon Chitayat, and Amik Ahmad.
More info @ http://itp.nyu.edu/bigscreens/morph/
DILATION is a study of animation techniques of motion capture through dance. The project explores the differences of elapsed time through a sequence of eloquent dance solos and duets – it follows the idea of space-time relativity where there are no absolute positions in time and space. A non-linear journey will demonstrate how the body constructs and affects the space and how the perception of movement changes over time. The emotion will intensify from slow conscious sections to rapid explorations until eventual regression.
Choreography and Dancers:
Michaela Rae Mann
Ding Ke – “Chaos”
Mimi Yin, Todd Bryant, Javier Molina, J.H.Moon, Alon Chitayat, Rosalie Yu, Marlon Evans, Alexander Porter, James George, Andrew Levine, Sergio Mora-Diaz, Oryan Inbar, Brett Stiller, all Big Screens classmates and ITP Community.
by Ava I-Wen Huang
3m04s 120’*10′ wide screen
A girl’s (Betsy Blue) longing for love becomes a dreamlike urban journey into the night world of New York City. Inspired by Alfred Hitchcock “Rear Window” and Pina Bausch “Vollmond”. A glimpse of modern relationships and the bizarre life of Betsy Blue.
Music: Hung-Ping Chang
Sound Design: Gabriel Andrade
Piano Recording: Aarón Montoya
Sound Editing: Ying-Chieh Wang
Oryan Inbar, Maya Moosh, Gabriel Andrade, Namira Abdulgani, Iza Paez, T.K. Broderick, Tigran Paravyan and Ava I-Wen Huang.
Mimi Yin, Marlon Evans, Alon Chitayat, Moon, Rosalie Yu, Zhen Liu, Hao Tseng, Supreet Mahanti, Chia-Hsuan Chou and Matthew Berger.