1. Blow Up - Antonionis Filmklassiker und die Fotografie: Ausstellung in der Galerie C/O Berlin


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    Interview with curator Walter Moser and impressions of the exhibition "Blow Up - Antonioni's film classic and photography" from 24.01.2015 to 10.04.2015 at the C/O Berlin gallery... read more in German: Interview mit Kurator Walter Moser und Impressionen der Ausstellung "Blow Up - Antonionis Filmklassiker und die Fotografie" vom 24.01.2015 bis 10.04.2015 in der Galerie C/O Berlin. Wie Sie sehen, sehen Sie nichts: In „Blow Up“ zeigte Michelangelo Antonioni, dass Fotografie wenig objektiv ist. Das entfaltet eine Ausstellung in der Galerie C/O Berlin glänzend mit Bildern der Swinging Sixties: Medientheorie als fröhliche Wissenschaft. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie bei "Kunst+Film": http://kunstundfilm.de/2015/03/blow-up-antonioni/

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    • LOVE: Foto-Ausstellung in der Galerie Camera Work, Berlin (famous photographies on love)


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      Impressions of the photo exhibition "LOVE" from 06.12.2014 to 07.02.2015 at the Gallery Camera Work, Berlin... read more in German: Impressionen der Foto-Ausstellung "LOVE" vom 06.12.2014 bis 07.02.2015 in der Galerie Camera Work, Berlin. All You Need Is Love: Zum Fest der Liebe zeigt die Galerie Camera Work ein Potpourri von Fotografien zu allen Aspekten des Themas – romantisch, verführerisch, erotisch, sentimental oder fürsorglich. Fast jedes Bild erzählt seine Liebesgeschichte. Einen ausführlichen Bericht finden Sie hier: http://kunstundfilm.de/2014/12/love/

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      • M.S. in Management Information Systems student Brian Duffy


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        To learn more about the Master of Science in Management Information Systems Program at Benedictine University, visit: www.ben.edu/cob/graduate/mis.cfm

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        • AV Festival 08: Radiophonia: Brian Duffy


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          This all-day celebration of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop included talks and performances by Dick Mills, Jean-Jacques Perrey, Dana Countryman, Brian Duffy and Broadcast. In 1963 a groundbreaking TV signature tune was first aired and a generation of young viewers dived behind the sofa. The Doctor Who theme is still the most famous product of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop which is 50 years old this year. The workshop was a pioneer of weird and wonderful electronic sounds in the days before synthesizers, samplers and multi-track tape recorders, and it was staffed by a bunch of nonconformist innovators. It ceased to be part of the BBC in 1998, but continued to influence a new breed of composers and musicians. The day began with an illustrated talk by original workshop member Dick Mills, who was also chief sound effects producer on Doctor Who for almost 20 years. Followed by a screening of Life, Laughter and Loops, a documentary about the pioneering developments of Jean-Jacques Perrey and his work with Robert Moog and others. The day concluded with a special illustrated lecture and tape loop demonstration by Jean-Jacques Perrey himself, his inventive work since the 1950s firmly placed electronic music within popular culture and influenced a generation. The evening performances featured a rare live performance by Jean Jacques-Perrey with collaborator Dana Countryman. Also on the bill was an exclusive Radiophonic DJ set by the UK band Broadcast and a live performance by electronic artist Brian Duffy in collaboration with a participation group from The Sage Gateshead. Credit Produced by NO-FI for AV Festival 08. Supported by the PRS for Music Foundation.

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          • Faster Than Sound - Game


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            Another great project commissioned by Aldeburgh music. All of the shots were done using the Sony NEX-FS100 with the E18-200mm and E16mm lens. It was edited in Premiere Pro CS5.5 with the colour grading and a few other effects added using After Effects CS5.5. OFFICIAL DESCRIPTION Composer Richard Baker and Sound Artist Brian Duffy are both fascinated by games and here collaborate on a new work exploring the hidden voices of electronic toys and toy instruments in combination with a small chamber ensemble. Faster than Sound is a groundbreaking strand of programming that joins the dots between musical genres and digital art forms. Giving artists the rare chance to have time and space to develop new work, Faster than Sound places a strong emphasis on emerging technologies and original ideas. Faster than Sound is produced by Aldeburgh Music, and continues a long tradition at Aldeburgh of giving artists the opportunity to experiment and work in new ways. For more information about Faster than Sound; visit our website. www.fasterthansound.com

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            • Duffy Museum Exhibition, Zaragosa, Spain. Sept 2012 At the Centro De Historias


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              Duffy's First Exhibit in Spain opened to the public on 6th September 2012 to great critical acclaim. The show, curated by Mario Martin Pareja, includes three video installations with interviews by Chris Duffy with Duffy in 2008 and included insights into the Benson & Hedges advertisements and also Duffy's view on art and artists. The video was shot hand held on an Apple iPhone so not a slick production but if you can't make it to Zaragoza to see it in person then it's probably the best you are going to get but well worth the journey if you can make it and Zaragoza is certainly a hidden treasure....!!

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                Mini-docmentary detailing the inspirations and practices of artist / musician Brian Duffy and his Modified Toy Orchestra

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                  Music Promo for the first single release from the Modified Toy Orchestra's latest album 'Plastic Planet' Role: Concept / Direction / Animation / FX www.modifiedtoyorchestra.com

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