1. Hide&Seek | Malika Favre

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    Malika Favre - Hide and Seek 6th September - 29th September 2012 For more info please visit http://kemistrygallery.co.uk

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    • "I am a..."

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      More at http://www.andymartin.info & http://www.twitter.com/handymartian You sit down to have your portrait painted, but who are you? What is the image you want to project? How will the artist manipulate it? Are you a rabbit? You might be a vampire! You're probably a duck... Created for the 'Pictoplasma Portrait Exhibition' in Berlin, May 2014.

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      • "Curious Displays" 2009

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        Julia Tsao Graduate Thesis Project, Fall 2009 Media Design Program, Art Center College of Design http://juliatsao.com "Curious Displays" functions simultaneously as a form of design research and as a speculative proposal for a new product, a future display technology. The project explores our relationship with devices and technology by examining the multi-dimensionality of communication and the complexity of social behavior and interaction. In its essence, the project functions as a piece of design fiction, considering the fluctuating nature of our present engagement with media technology and providing futurist imaginings of other ways of being. -- Curious Displays (2009) is a product proposal for a new platform for display technology. Instead of a fixed form factor screen, the display surface is instead broken up into hundreds of ½ inch display blocks. Each block operates independently as a self-contained unit, and has full mobility, allowing movement across any physical surface. The blocks operate independently of one another, but are aware of the position and role relative to the rest of the system. With this awareness, the blocks are able to coordinate with the other blocks to reconfigure their positioning to form larger display surfaces and forms depending on purpose and function. In this way, the blocks become a physical embodiment of digital media, and act as a vehicle for the physical manifestation of what typically exists only in the virtual space of the screen. Traditionally, displays are fixed-size/ratio surfaces that provide an entry point to a defined experience with digital media content. This content is varied--informational, filmic, auditory, at times even spatial. However, the relationship between the user and the digital entities within the defined surface of the screen creates a sense of fragmentation between two distinct spaces. The virtual space of the screen provides a surface for media content to come alive, but is a distinct and marked separation from the physical space that the user occupies. Curious Display "blocks" are tangible and tactile. They occupy and move through physical space, and are thus subject to the same spatial rules and limitations faced by any other physical objects. These constraints lend themselves to potentially interesting outcomes in terms of interactivity and negotiation. An abundance of questions quickly begin to surface--how do they move? How do they behave? Does this movement and behavior begin to allude to the development of a type of personality? How does one communicate with them? Where do they go when you're not using them? What role do they take on in our daily lives?

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        • The Royal Castle - from Destruction to Reconstruction

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          NOVINASTUDIO / http://www.novinastudio.pl Scenario, design, animation, sound: Grzegorz Nowiński The Royal Castle in Warsaw, being a symbol of the sovereignty of the Polish State, became a target for German military attacks as early as in the first days of the World War II. On 17 September 1939 it was in flames. Apart from the firemen and city wardens, also soldiers, harcerze (scouts) and civilians were helping to put the fire out. At the same time Polish museum workers and conservators, risking their own lives, were trying to salvage the most precious art collections, as well as decorative elements from the most important Castle rooms (eg. fragments of flooring, fireplaces, stucco works and frescos). The act of destruction was completed during the Warsaw Uprising in September 1944, when German sappers blasted the Castle walls. Decision to begin the reconstruction was however not made until January 1971. In 1977 first interiors were ready. The next ones were delivered in July 1984. The rebuilding of the Castle was accompanied by an immense involvement of the Polish nation. The whole investment was financed almost in full with the money coming from donations of Poles at home and abroad. Handing the reconstructed Castle to the nation was an act of honouring all of those, who, during the Occupation, with greatest dedication and risking their own lives, salvaged the Castle and the Castle art works for the future generations. The exhibition at the Royal Castle in Warsaw / Poland.

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          • SEEAR

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            SEEAR derives from the words: see and hear. It is an annual art project in which young designers and musicians collaborate to produce audiovisual artworks to communicate through both major human senses. This year SEEAR project returns for the third time under the theme "Superheroes". We created a short animation promo for the project' s exhibition. Concept / Art direction: Stavros Kypraios, Tony Zagoraios Illustration: Stavros Kypraios Motion Design: Tony Zagoraios Music: Ted Reglis Sound Design: John Valasis

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            • Amsterdam DNA | Revolt

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              Watch the Amsterdam DNA Trailer: http://vimeo.com/28816870 The Amsterdam Museum has opened an entire new department: Amsterdam DNA. This exhibition will take you on a three-dimensional 45-minute journey through our capital’s history. The versatile story of the city is presented in seven intriguing films, which we created. Above you can see the second film: Revolt Against King and Church. In close cooperation with the curators, we developed seven scripts of about two minutes each, which shed light on the most important elements from more than 1000 years of Amsterdam history. Typical core values of Amsterdam were used as the theme for the films: entrepreneurship, freethinking, creativity and citizenship. Visual material was collected based on the scripts. International collections were used in addition to the collection of the Amsterdam Museum, which has resulted in a selection of international renown. When visual material was not available or suitable, we had to develop the content ourselves. The challenge was to bring the masterpieces to life without affecting their identity, or rather, their soul. We chose to add an extra dimension by making the images three-dimensional. Another dimension, sound, was added to make the whole even more appealing. Lifelike sounds and soundtracks that fit the spirit of the age add luster to the scenes. Next to the seven films we also produced a trailer and a video-wall of approximately seven by three meters, in which past en present blend. All works designed, directed and produced by PlusOne. http://www.plusoneamsterdam.com Client: Amsterdam Museum (http://www.amsterdammuseum.nl) Direction: Martijn Hogenkamp Production: Marcel Vrieswijk Motion Design: Sander van Dijk Lead 3D: Tim van der Wiel 3D: Noam Briner, Chris Rudz, Hans Willem Gijzel, Richard Lundström Music: Lennert Busch Sound Design: Mauricio d'Orey Thanks to: Harold van Velsen Client: Bianca Schrauwen, Joost van de Weerd, Norbert Middelkoop, Laura van Hasselt Follow us on: Twitter: twitter.com/plusoneams Facebook: facebook.com/plusoneamsterdam LinkedIn: linkedin.com/company/plusone

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              • Internet machine (trailer)

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                A multi-screen film about the invisible infrastructures of the internet. More here: http://www.elasticspace.com/2014/05/internet-machine

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                • YouTube: Play

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                  A short stop motion trailer from 2010, commissioned by YouTube to publicise an exhibition organised in partnership with the Guggenheim Museum, New York. The brief was to allude to the eclectic, interesting and crazed content you expect to see each time you press play on YouTube. A series of worlds were created from the ground up, with production designer Graham Staughton and his team creating everything in the video by hand, including a (nearly) full size cave. -- Film credits: Director: Johnny Kelly Production company: Nexus Executive producers: Julia Parfitt Producer: Liz Chan & Beccy McCray Creative development: Beccy McCray Director of photography: Matthew Day Filmed at Clapham Road Studios Production designer: Graham Staughton Stop motion animator: Matthew Cooper Compositing: Alasdair Brotherston 3d previs: Michael Greenwood, Matt Clark, Christian Johnson Client: Across The Pond Productions | Creative Lab EMEA – Google Executive producer: Rachna Suri Music: Music by Niwouinwouin Courtesy of Ego Twister Records Sound design: Barnaby Templer at Fonic www.mickeyandjohnny.com www.nexusproductions.com www.niwouinwouin.com www.matthewcooperfilm.com www.claphamroadstudios.co.uk www.wearetheartdept.com www.acrossthepondproductions.tv www.fonic.co.uk www.youtube.com/play

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                  • KAZAKHSTANI NATIONAL MUSEUM

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                    We were so proud that we had the opportunity to create these intros and a great variety of designs for the official opening ceremony of Kazakhstan's National Museum in Astana.The videos will also be a permanent part of the inside museum exhibition. Production Company: workingtitle.ru (http://workingtitle.ru) Director/Art Director/Motion Designer: Tony Zagoraios 3D Supervisor: Costas Fatsis 3D Modelling/Lighting: Stavros Karagiannis,Orestis Aleksiewicz Compositing: Rousselos Aravantinos Original Music Score: Ted Reglis Additional VFX: Manolis Mpampatsikos Additional Design: Chris Golfis

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                    • Ian Strange: SUBURBAN

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                      SUBURBAN is a multi-faceted photography, film and installation exhibition created by artist Ian Strange. Over a two-year period Strange worked with a film crew and volunteers in Ohio, Detroit, Alabama, New Jersey, New York and New Hampshire to create, photograph and film eight site-specific interventions incorporating suburban homes. The recording of these interventions through film and photographic documentation forms the basis of a new solo exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria on July 26 and a short-film which will be released in late 2013. www.IanStrange.com http://www.ngv.vic.gov.au/whats-on/exhibitions/exhibitions/ian-strange 27 JUL 2013 – 15 SEP, 2013 The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia at Federation Square NGV Studio, Ground Level Video Credits: Produced by Amelia Phillips Music composed by Marc Philip Earley Interview shot and sound record by Daniel Gallagher Grade and additional editing by Dominic Pearce BTS footage shot by Chris Hersey, Miriam Bennet, Jessie Sara English, Jedda Andrews, Dan Gutt and Ian Strange Shot in Ohio, Detroit, New York, New Hampshire and New Jersey, 2011-2013 Selected photographic work from 'SUBURBAN'; 'Harvard Road' Ian Strange 2012 archival digital print Collection of the artist, New York © Ian Strange Selected footage from 'SUBURBAN' - Multi-Channel video loop and short-film; Artist / Director: Ian Strange Produced by Jedda Andrews, Neena Litton Co-Produced by Jessie Sara English Director of Photography: A. Clint Litton 2nd Unit Director: Dan Gutt Production Designer: Ethan Gutt Time Lapse Photography by Dan Gutt Post Production and Colorist: Dominic Pearce 'SUBURBAN' unabridged credits available on www.SuburbanProject.com or www.IanStrange.com on film and projects full release. For more information visit www.IanStrange.com

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