1. Intergalactic Digital Motion


    from Juan Martino Added 30 0 0

    YEAR 2115: Planet earth has been overtaken by wars, materialism and useless objects. All animal species have vanished, leaving humans with their sad destiny. The remaining humans have decided to leave earth and all its bad energies to travel around the galaxy, and search for a brighter future. This video is the output of a workshop developed with Lucía Nuñez and Hélene Del Marmol in collaboration with the design and media studio Carmela. The main goal of the exercise was telling a story extracting the concept of banal object: a wringer. We want to broadcast the need of leaving behind the superfluous and keep only the essential stuff: the person itself, as a wringer do by filtering the waste.

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    • (P7V3) OFFSET


      from Epol Added

      OFFSET (LOOP 3 : HUET) 8'25

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        from Le Berre Maxime Added 0 0 0

        montage présentant plusieurs extraits de films réalisés par Maxime Le Berre - Extraits - -SKYDIGRESS - 2012/2013 -PORTE DE CORNE & PORTE D'IVOIRE - 2014 -LES CONTES DE LA BASTIDE - 2015 -LES MOTS DU SOMMEIL - 2014 -NATUREWRECK - 2014 -HIVER 1956 - 2013

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        • Gaurav Gupta / SILT N CIPHER Fashion Film


          from Mohit Vijh Added 2 0 0

          Fashion Film for designer 'Gaurav Gupta'

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            from lorelle raindown Added 30 0 0

            entirely improvised. idk what to tell you. weird and loud. will get weirder and louder.

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            • Ferry


              from Musical Man Added 12 0 0

              Original Soundscape (Audio Only)

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              • Restricted Access | by Shaylin Nguyen


                from Carleton CAMS Added 3 0 0

                Experimental observational short film depicted the exclusivity of higher education.

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                • Kid A With Movie Camera (2003)


                  from karmafia Added 3 0 0

                  Created by J. Flynn on December 17, 2003 and edited together the following day at what is now known as the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (Simon Fraser University). This is an experimental, non-commercial academic work that was submitted and accepted for a thesis project in 2006. The copy uploaded here to Vimeo is the original version made from an analog DVD transfer assembled with music and exported to a DV file on December 18, 2003. This artifact and its related 2006 Master of Applied Science thesis project, "Travels in Intertextuality: the autopoetic identity of remix culture", were created in order to demonstrate the difference between a remix and a mashup in the digital context of contemporary media. The work involves a completely unedited copy of Dziga Vertov's 1929 silent film masterwork "Man With a Movie Camera" mashed together with Radiohead's greatest work (!), the 2000 opus "Kid A". In contrast to this mashup element, the remainder of the film remixes selected tracks from Radiohead's 2001 followup "Amnesiac". These building blocks of digital culture are therefore arranged in such a way that, as a whole, new value was created from works that already held value on their own. As this work was created and published before YouTube's existence, it had basically remained stored in an archive drive until the 15th anniversary of Kid A's release on October 1st, 2015 (pending re-compression and upload time happening as I write this!). Titled "Kid A With Movie Camera", the work led to an interactive DVD title for the MaSc project that allowed users to alternate between three different angles, specifically, Vertov's "Man with a Movie Camera" and his earlier work "Kino Eye" (1924), as well as Sergei Eisenstein's "Battleship Potemkin" (1925). Meanwhile, users could also navigate between the original soundtracks, the Radiohead mashup, as well as another experimental one featuring Leonard Cohen's "Field Commander Cohen" (2001). A followup set of Radiohead + silent film mashups were subsequently produced in January 2004 using Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" (1927) with "OK Computer" (1997) and "Hail to the Thief" (2003), as well as Robert Wiene's "Cabinet of Dr. Caligari" (1920) with "Pablo Honey" (1993) and "The Bends" (1995). A final addition to the remix/mashup collection came in 2011 by combining what was essentially a silent film, John Parker's expressionist film noir "Dementia" (1955), with the most recent Radiohead albums, "In Rainbows" (2007) and "The King of Limbs" (2011). Please note that the "author-supervisor" of these experiments makes no copyright claims to any of the underlying works, but merely offers their mashup and remixed versions as points of cultural discourse for the digital age. -jf

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                  • Congreso Picnic Arts Media


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                    Congreso Picnic Arts Media. Creado como plataforma para difundir ideas, contenidos, proyectos, de distintos autores del medio. Este año celebró su segundo congreso en la Ciudad de México presentando a autores de primer nivel en la cultura visual. Picnic, como grandes amigos de Basa, nos invitaron para realizar un video de apertura para presentarlo el día del Congreso. Lo quisimos manejar un tanto experimental, salirse de la rutina, y aprovechando lo que la Ciudad de México nos pone ahí, servidito en bandeja de pl...ástico : ) Un hermoso plástico. Gracias Oscar y Kenia.

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                    • LIfe Changes


                      from Kevin Richetelli Added 5 0 0

                      An experimental animation that shows how life changes through time.

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