1. AANAATT (by Max Hattler)

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    Complete credits, awards and screening history: http://www.maxhattler.com/​aanaatt For updates join http://www.facebook.com/maxhattler Onedotzero interview with Max Hattler: http://www.vimeo.com/​13454564 "Hattler proposes an unusual stop-motion animation, where objects of abstract shape and unknown function move in a space that bears no relationship to any kind of real experience. The various elements move within this three dimensional space, like parts of a dynamic painting that condenses a whole series of references to contemporary art: from the constructivism of Moholy-Nagy, to the historic abstracts of Mondrian and Klee, and on to the more recent experience of conceptual and kinetic art. Changing shapes, plays of colour and transforming surfaces compose a dynamic universe that is both alienating and fascinating at the same time." Invideo 2010, Italy "An exciting experiment in the tradition of Oskar Fischinger (Komposition in Blau, 1935), Dwinell Grant (Composition No. 1, 1940) and Slavko Vorkapich (Abstract Experiment in Kodachrome, 1950s). Max Hattler presents a well-done interaction between music and moving images. Space is turned upside down and the animated objects become faceless dancers in a constructivist ballet." Vienna Independent Shorts 2010, jury statement by Anton Fuxjäger "Max, AANAATT is one of your most beautiful animations. I often show it as an outstanding example to my students. Above all, the work is NOT just another demonstration of technique or technology, but rather a classic in the field of Visual Music, and a unique example of creative ingenuity and elegant design." Robert Darroll, media artist, 2011

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    • AANAATT - Teaser (by Max Hattler)

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      The above is only a teaser. Catch the full version here http://vimeo.com/maxhattler/aanaatt or on the Jemapur 'Evacuation' CD+DVD.

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      • Basement Jaxx: Where's Your Head At (by Max Hattler)

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        This is the HD film festival version of Max Hattler's "Where's Your Head At" visuals for Basement Jaxx. Split-screen live in concert version: http://vimeo.com/maxhattler/wyha-live Complete credits and screening history: www.maxhattler.com/wyha Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/maxhattler Original dimensions: 7x2 m LED screen / 1080x288 px / 15:4 Film festival versions: 720p HD Digital File, Beta SP, DigiBeta, DVD (PAL) "Connect four on the disco dance floor. Light, liquid, shape and colour locked into a pixel playground." Max Hattler "madness ... we love it, it looks great!" Basement Jaxx "... an arena abstraction for Basement Jaxx ... Old school video games and '80s video walls inspired Max Hattler's visuals for Where's Your Head At ... Rather than treat the display as one fluid screen, he took advantage of the grid's '80s video wall look and designed flat, two-dimensional visuals that resemble old school video games such as Tetris." 'boards

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        • Basement Jaxx: "Where's Your Head At" Concert Visuals (by Max Hattler)

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          Basement Jaxx "Where's Your Head At" concert visuals by Max Hattler, premiered on Basement Jaxx 2009 UK tour. Youtube-footage split-screen live documentation. HD single-screen film festival version: http://vimeo.com/maxhattler/wyha Complete credits and screening history: www.maxhattler.com/wyha "Connect four on the disco dance floor. Light, liquid, shape and colour locked into a pixel playground." Max Hattler "madness ... we love it, it looks great!" Basement Jaxx "... an arena abstraction for Basement Jaxx ... Old school video games and '80s video walls inspired Max Hattler's visuals for Where's Your Head At ... Rather than treat the display as one fluid screen, he took advantage of the grid's '80s video wall look and designed flat, two-dimensional visuals that resemble old school video games such as Tetris." 'boards

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          • The Egg: Nothing (by Max Hattler + Noriko Okaku)

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            The Egg: 'Nothing' Pour House, Charleston, SC, USA 12 March 2009 Concert visuals directed and animated by Max Hattler and Noriko Okaku; triggered live via midi by keyboarder / frontman Ned Scott. At this concert the single-screen visuals were projected on two overlapping screens, adding a doubling effect which is sometimes very nice, but doesn't work so well at other times due to the imprecise overlap of the two screens.

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            • The Allegory of Mrs.Triangle

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              Film by Noriko Okaku Composer : gameshow outpatient http://www.gameshowoutpatient.com Strings : Vince Sipprell Assistant : Michiko Suzuki Produced at : The Animation Workshop, Denmark screened at -Swedenborg Short Film Festival, UK(2011) -Alpha-Ville Festival at MUBI online(2011) -Secret Garden Party, Huntingdon, UK(2011)

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              • CLOSE UP AND PRIVATE IN MOTION

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                Architect and artist Sergei Sviatchenko (Denmark) and media artist Noriko Okaku (UK/Japan) are releasing their first collaboration work dedicated to an art project, “Close up and Private”. www.closeupandprivate.com //SERGEI SVIATCHENKO // www.sviatchenko.dk //NORIKO OKAKU // www.norioka.net

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                • Electrovision #9

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                  The ninth instalment of Electrovision, a regular night of live cinema performances. With Echaskech, Max Hattler + Noriko Okaku , MOTORSAW + Schmid and decollage.tv. http://www.electrovision-cinema.com/events/ev9/index.html For info on future and past events and to sign up for our mailing list visit: www.electrovision-cinema.com Music by inputJunkie Shot on a Canon 5D

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                  • (O) (by Max Hattler + Noriko Okaku)

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                    (O) - An audiovisual live performance by Max Hattler and Noriko Okaku, premiered at London Short Film Festival, UK, 17 January 2010. "Max and Noriko first met when studying Animation together at the Royal College of Art. There are parallels in their animation-based experimental, semi-narrative, non-dialogue approach to working with film and video. Apart from their live work, they have collaborated on several projects ranging from tour visuals for The Egg and Basement Jaxx to stop-motion film Aanaatt and Max's latest short film Spin. With (O), their third collaboration, Max returns to his teenage roots in sound/music-making and makes a first foray into live audio performance, complemented by Noriko's surreal animated visuals." (London Short Film Festival 2010) http://www.maxhattler.com http://www.norikookaku.com

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                    • The Egg: Catch (Official Video)

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                      Official music video for Catch from The Egg's album Something To Do. http://www.maxhattler.com/catch CREDITS Director: Max Hattler Co-Director: Noriko Okaku Editing and Post Production: Andy Ellis Animation: Max Hattler, Noriko Okaku Music: The Egg Label: Squarepeg Records Length: 4 min. Year: 2012

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