1. Backstage of "Analog mapping" - Radugadesign work for the Moscow International Festival "Circle of Light" in 2013.
    The uniqueness of the project consists in creation of video mapping content without any computer graphics used.
    We printed scores of forms of Manege building and then we exploded them, burnt them, drowned them in liquid nitrogen etc. and filmed everything in 300 fps and classic cut video editing.

    The final result analog video mapping was shown on real Manege building on 5th of October 2013:
    Check out our Behance case:

    Film unit of backstage: Nikita Volkov, Valeriy Smirnov

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  2. Analog mapping from Radugadesign in Moscow International Festival "Circle of Light" in October 2013 at Moscow Manege.
    Here are just some of technologies we used in production: stop-motion, light painting, time-lapse, documentary shooting, pyrotechnics, "flaming", lighting, chemical reagents, mechanical and temperature destructions, macrofilming, alloying and welding, as well as "hammering", "paintballing", "shooting", "watering", "plastilining" and "matching".
    More detailed technologies are in our "Making-of" video:
    Check out our Behance case:

    Idea and art direction: Ivan Nefedkin, Eugene Druzhinin
    Music: DZA - Surrender

    Producers: Sergey Kostenevich, Roman Kupriyanov, Ivan Nefedkin, Semen Nefedkin

    Video editing: Andrey Shishkin

    Film unit:
    Camera: Anton Zorin (Camera)
    Light : Oleg Taravkov
    Red: Boris Rybchak
    Manege square camera: Rustam Usupov

    Staging crew:
    Staging crew director: Semen Nefedkin
    Production designer: Dmitry Malyshev, Ilya Shinkarenko
    Hunter: Andrey
    The Cat: Sonya

    Head of production group: Dmitriy Sukhanov
    Welding operator: Alexey Kiselev
    Foreman/Fitter: Alexandr Plemenyuk
    Carpenter: Ushkarev Sergey
    Maquette/Electrical fitter: Igor Nikiforov

    Manege 3d-print:

    Shooting areas:
    Workshop of advertising production "Extreme Production"
    Radugadesign studio office
    Freehold flat with aquarium
    Academician Tupolev embankment

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  3. With so much content widely accessible; the question is no longer if we can receive but if we are receptive. This TV has adopted to the culture of 'liking' and only shows us content if we smile.

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  4. Behavior – Stuart discusses behavior as a core concept of rAndom International's practice: instilling a sense of 'life' in the inanimate, simulating natural phenomena and exploring the responses of both objects and people within immersive environments.

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  5. DEEP TUBE is a 30 meters long little big hole inside the famous Brussels's Atomium in Belgium (non sexual installation)
    This installation was created in June 2013 for #ID2013 but we never posted yet , today we do …

    In 1958 a World's Fair was held in Brussels, Belgium and to mark this monumental occasion they built the Atomium. Designed by André Waterkeyn its structure—steel-clad spheres connected by tubes to form a square—mimics the structure of an iron crystal magnified billions of times. Fast forward 55 years and now, inside this iconic building, resides a light installation called -Infinity, a collaboration between Joanie Lemercier and Visual System.
    It's part of a summer exhibition entitled ID#2013 Poème Numérique inspired by Le Corbusier and Xenakis' innovative video installation Poeme Electronique which featured at the 1958 Expo.
    For the site-specific installation DEEP TUBE the artists investigate "the spatial qualities of light". Sticks of LEDs ride up the interior of one of the tube, augmenting the structure and responding to sounds and tone—

    Team VS:
    Julien Guinard, Vincent Obadia, Benjamin Lorthioir,Ambroise Mouline, Pierre Gufflet, Joachim Correia, Ian Castronovo, Le Tone, Tom Modeste, Sebastien Escudie, Thierry Pillet et Valère Terrier

    Original Sound Design for DEEP TUBE
    Thomas Vaquié

    Thanks to Henri Simons, Arnaud Bozzini, Johan Vandenperre and all the Atomium Team

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