A film by Sebastian Lange – next level experimental typographic orgy.
Direction and Animation by Sebastian Lange
Music by FORSS (aka Eric Wahlforss, CTO Soundcloud).
Basically all done in Adobe After Effects.
Flickermood has been screened and awarded on several festivals including:
ACHTART Frankfurt - Moving Types – Lettern in Bewegung, 2016
Foundation for Art and Creative Technology Liverpool, 2015
Moving Types Exhibition, Schwäbisch Gmünd, 2014
Dortmunder U, Dortmund, 2014
Type Motion ZKM Karlsruhe, 2013
Moving Types Exhibition, Schwäbisch Gmünd, 2012
A DesignFilmFestival, Singapore and DMY Berlin, 2010
The Int'l Festival of Cinema and Technology, Los Angeles
Audiopleasures Audiovisual Weekend, Amsterdam
Audio Visual Media Days 09, Munich
Design Forum Freiburg
International Amsterdam Film Festival 2008 (IAFF).
Animatu Festival 2008, Beja/Lissabon.
Bitfilm Festival 08 in Stuttgart and Hamburg
Adobe booth on NAB '08 in Las Vegas.
Cracow Screen Festival 08
4th Istanbul Animation Festival 07
Flickermood has been published on:
IdN Magazine, Hong Kong, 2010
Print Magazine, New York, 2010
Inksie Journal of Design & Culture, 2010
Best Of Bitfilm Reel, 2009
Computer Arts Projects Magazine, UK, 2009
LOOK - Electronic Magazine
Adobe Reel 2008, US
ARD, POLYLUX (German TV-Channel)
Media Temple's collective motion project
DVD magazine Smilefaucet 'UNDO', New York
XPLSV.TV Top Of The Year
With Faust source code, multiprojection and sound.
As part of the new permanent exhibition, the former staircase of the Goethe National Museum was converted into a scenographic installation focusing on Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s Faust. At a lectern display, the visitor can select any of the 3,556 nouns that occur in Faust. This sets off engaging graphics of moving lines, showing the passages in the text where a specific noun occurs. The installation is simple and entertaining, while at the same time remaining sophisticated, with a continuous meditative quality that changes the space in all sorts of different ways.