1. The 5th edition of KIKK Festival is coming up on Nov. 5 to 7 in Namur, Belgium. KIKK is an international festival of digital and creative cultures gathering 5,000 people from more than 40 different countries. The festival brings together the world’s most talented creative coders, innovators, designers, artists and researchers. KIKK is a FREE event, info & registration on kikk.be. Motion Design: daniwolf.com / Art Direction: dogstudio.be & daniwolf.com


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  2. To see updates as the project evolves follow us on instagram: instagram.com/marshmallowlaserfeast/

    This new commission enables audiences to encounter England’s forests anew through an immersive virtual reality experience, told by the inhabitants of the forest. A 360º film, it is an artistic interpretation of the sensory perspectives of three species natural to the site.

    Creative collective Marshmallow Laser Feast (MLF) delight in exploring the line between virtual and real-world experiences. In this work they use the mask of virtual reality to explore different perspectives of familiar landscapes. Through observing the function of animal sight - a dragonfly experiences life over 10 times faster than a human and in 12 colour wavelengths (a human in a combination of three) - the film & accompanying soundtrack are a speculation of an alternative reality.

    The forest & animals were captured using techniques such as lidar & CT scanning, photogrammetry and a bespoke-built 360º aerial camera. Footage was processed using custom software to create the landscapes explored in the work. The film is set to a binaural soundtrack using audio recordings sourced from the surrounding woodland.

    Commissioned by Abandon Normal Devices and Forestry Commission England’s Forest Art Works. Produced by Abandon Normal Devices and Marshmallow Laser Feast. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Forestry Commission England.

    Come and immerse yourself, tread carefully and step into the sensory world of the creatures. From the forest floor to the tops of the trees, come and observe through the eyes of the animal.


    Commissioned by Abandon Normal Devices and Forestry Commission England’s Forest Art Works. Produced by Abandon Normal Devices and Marshmallow Laser Feast. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England and Forestry Commission England.Equipment Support byNvidia and Sub Pac.


    Concept and Direction: Barnaby Steel & Robin McNicholas

    Visual Artist: Ersinhan Ersin

    Visual Artist: Natan Sinigaglia

    Interaction Designer: Abraham Manzanares

    Designer: Marc Winklhofer

    Modeling: fablefx

    Sound Artist: Antoine Bertin, SounDoesnTravel

    Producer: Eleanor (Nell) Whitley

    Assistant Producer: Annatruus Bakker

    MLF Executive Producer: Adam Doherty

    Further support with equipment by Sub Pac thesubpac.com and Nvidia nvidia.co.uk/

    Binaural engine by TwoBigEars twobigears.com

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  3. Here's the latest project I've been working on.

    The show was designed and controlled directly from the Cinema 4D timeline using a custom python plugin I created to interface with the lights.

    More on the process here:

    Here's the official copy:

    Adam Heslop (pixelsinprogress.com) at Jason Bruges Studio (jasonbruges.com) developed Feather Light to explore the power behind the combination of Cinema 4D and moving-head lights. Creating beautiful featherlike and mesh patterns to a soundscape by Nat Self. The piece was envisioned for a live event and this video shows the testing in the studio.


    Programming / Lights: Adam Heslop (Jason Bruges Studio)
    Adam has a degree in Industrial Design from Northumbria and specialises in 3D visualisation. Adam works on a widerange of global art projects, using innovative techniques with architectural visualisation tools.

    Sound: Nat Self
    Nat Self has been on the cutting edge of electronic music for the past ten years. As a producer he has worked with a plethora of renowned artists such as Spoek Mathambo and neo-soul legend Omar. Nat has djed around the world and has held a residency at the seminal Panorama bar in Berlin.

    RUSH MH4 lights and JEM Hazers kindly provided by Martin Harman Lighting (martin.com) and supported by Starlight Design (starlightdesign.co.uk)

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  4. R&D Excerpts 1, May 2015

    A collaboration between choreographer Alexander Whitley and visual artist Memo Akten. Pattern Recognition (working title) is a piece for two dancers and light, exploring themes of learning, memory, representation and recognition. The piece explores these themes not only artistically and choreographically, but also in the underlying technology driving it, based on artificial intelligence and machine learning. Explored in both a human context, and a machine context, each approach informing the other.

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  5. See ravenkwok.com/skyline/

    Skyline is a code-based generative music video I directed and programmed for the track Skyline (itunes.apple.com/us/album/skyline-single/id1039135793) by Karma Fields (soundcloud.com/karmafields). The entire music video consists of multiple stages that are programmed and generated using Processing.

    One of the core principles for generating the visual patterns in Skyline is Voronoi tessellation. This geometric model dates back to 1644 in René Descartes’s vortex theory of planetary motion, and has been widely used by computational artists, for example, Robert Hodgin (vimeo.com/207637), Frederik Vanhoutte (vimeo.com/86820638), Diana Lange (flickr.com/photos/dianalange/sets/72157629453008849/), Jon McCormack (jonmccormack.info/~jonmc/sa/artworks/voronoi-wall/), etc.

    In Skyline's systems, seeds for generating the diagram are sorted into various types of agents following certain behaviors and appearance transformations. They are driven by either the song's audio spectrum with different customized layouts, or animated sequence of the vocalist, collectively forming a complex and organic outcome.


    Sep.2015, featured on The Creators Project. (thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/mathematic-models-become-creatures-driven-by-code)
    Sep.2015, featured on WIRED. (wired.com/2015/09/audio-visuals-36/)
    Sep.2015, featured on The Awesomer. (theawesomer.com/karma-fields-skyline/337729/)

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