Zoomwooz is a live-cinema-performance, reflecting the functioning of human society and its surrounding systems.
Karla Kracht and Andrés Beladiez tell us about the individual position within a systematic, always changing entity, which we call society. The tell us about their memories, dreams, frustrations and weaknesses that permit this power game.
A wasp's nest of desperate souls that claim for a chunk of nothing, brains uninhabited by themselves, lost in the other’s time. Forgotten dreams, desires getting lost in the collective memory, hugs, pats, screams, a barking dog, a whispering kiss skimming your intestines.
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Large groups of tape rolls go through a long process of development and degeneration. The extremely slow paced life of these objects is being revealed within an isolated space where everything starts from a symmetric composition. From this orderly state deviations and differences in behaviour slowly become visible through the force of gravity. Resulting in unpredictable shapes and movements that somehow feel familiar.
Based on the track: "BONAPARTE - 40°42'48.46 N 73°58'18.38 W"
Robotic & video edit by PETER COCTEAU.
Filmed summer 2012 in PARIS, France.
JUL : http://www.julienlassort.com MAT : http://mat-director.com
Spin motion is an iPhone application that allows you to create and share stop-motions.
On shared animations one can participate in the realization by adding an image at the end. It will create two types of animations: animations made by a person or exquisite corpse.
The application is divided into three parts:
The creation is made frame by frame. For each picture taken, a main line that crosses the screen trough it’s middle is a guide to align something on it. This line turns a few degrees after each shot to make a complete revolution.
The visualization is made by turning the iPhone, making the animation playing forward or backward. The baseline created by using the guide remains horizontal when the screen rotates.
Modifying stop-motions allows you to rework animations and to share them.