1. EVOLUTION III

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    from JD Beltran / Added

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    This is the third movement of "Evolution," a film by JD Beltran created in conjunction with the creation of an original score by composer/musician Marc Barrite (aka DJ Dave Aju). "Evolution," a film in four movements, builds upon a prior film "Antimaster," and is inspired by the migration of ideas in film and music between San Francisco and Los Angeles (late 1940s – 1960s) that formed the basis of the Visual Music movement. Creative influences include: Oskar Fischinger, James and John Whitney, Jordan Belson, and Harry Jacobs. The work was commissioned by the Getty Center for its landmark exhibition "Pacific Standard Time," and was screened and performed at Southern Exposure Gallery in San Francisco and at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

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    • Amsterdam-Amstelveen - "Naar huis fietsen"

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      from Gabi Berkers / Added

      This short visual test is inspired by Oskar Fischinger's "München - Berlin Wanderung". For my graduation project I found this footage I shot 3 years ago and it fits perfectly within the subject of "home". For mor information about my graduation project go see my blog at projectthuis.wordpress.com Or follow me on twitter @ProjectThuis Shot in October 2010 Edited in Januari 2013

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      • EVOLUTION II

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        from JD Beltran / Added

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        This is the second movement of "Evolution," a film by JD Beltran created in conjunction with the creation of an original score by composer/musician Marc Barrite (aka DJ Dave Aju). "Evolution," a film in four movements, builds upon a prior film "Antimaster," and is inspired by the migration of ideas in film and music between San Francisco and Los Angeles (late 1940s – 1960s) that formed the basis of the Visual Music movement. Creative influences include: Oskar Fischinger, James and John Whitney, Jordan Belson, and Harry Jacobs. The work was commissioned by the Getty Center for its landmark exhibition "Pacific Standard Time," and was screened and performed at Southern Exposure Gallery in San Francisco and at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

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        • Every Object Has a Spirit - Oliver Jennings

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          from Oliver Jennings / Added

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          A film about revealing hidden sound in unexpected objects with some unusual sound recording techniques. First through the complex sonic worlds within mass produced electrical appliances then into natural objects and plant life and out into the familiar world of the city. Sound recording techniques: Contact Microphone: Used to pick up vibrations running through the object. This allows usually inaudible and complex frequencies to be extracted and isolated from the overall merge of familiar background noise. U1 Device: Used to measure BIO-ACTIVITY through electrodes in contact with the leaf and the root of a plant. Minute electronic impulses are read through the device which is similar to a polygraph or lie detector machine. The readings are then converted into MIDI note on a keyboard resulting in a musical composition reflecting the plants sensory activity. Sound Index: a) Amplification of hob sound b) Evaporation of water through a coffee percolator c) Magnetic interference with TV static d) Amplified inner workings of an electronic radiator e) Vibrations produced by the fan of an electronic heater f) Amplified inner workings of an electronic heater g) Tones revealed in various dinner knives h) Electronic Debobbler with cotton buds attached to motor i) Tibetan singing bowl j) Tibetan Singing bowl attached to Debobbler k) Bromeliad responding to being watered l) Maranta prayer plant and Bromeliad linked together via electrodes m) Maranta Bioactivity played through 5" speaker filled with custard n) Anthurium linked to 5" speaker filled with custard o) Stephan Jay Gould quote cut up and words 'selected' by plant at random p) Frequencies and vibrations running internally through the Millenium Bridge, London q) Frequencies and vibrations running through the bridge in Burgess Park, London

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          • EVOLUTION IV

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            from JD Beltran / Added

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            This is the fourth movement of "Evolution," a film by JD Beltran created in conjunction with the creation of an original score by composer/musician Marc Barrite (aka DJ Dave Aju). "Evolution," a film in four movements, builds upon a prior film "Antimaster," and is inspired by the migration of ideas in film and music between San Francisco and Los Angeles (late 1940s – 1960s) that formed the basis of the Visual Music movement. Creative influences include: Oskar Fischinger, James and John Whitney, Jordan Belson, and Harry Jacobs. The work was commissioned by the Getty Center for its landmark exhibition "Pacific Standard Time," and was screened and performed at Southern Exposure Gallery in San Francisco and at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

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            • Grid03 (2013)

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              from dan browne / Added

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              • My Education "A Man Alone"

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                My Education "A Man Alone" from their album Sunrise, out on Strange Attractors Audio House. Video Directed by Wiley Wiggins. Check out a higher quality video @ http://wileywiggins.com/a_man_alone/ http://www.myeducationmusic.com http://www.wileywiggins.com

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                • aurora florialis

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                  Visual music work made with SuperCollider for both the visuals and audio.

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                  • EVOLUTION I , commissioned by The Getty Center the for Pacific Standard Time Exhibition

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                    from JD Beltran / Added

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                    This is the first movement of "Evolution," a film by JD Beltran created in conjunction with the creation of an original score by composer/musician Marc Barrite (aka DJ Dave Aju). "Evolution," a film in four movements, builds upon a prior film "Antimaster," and is inspired by the migration of ideas in film and music between San Francisco and Los Angeles (late 1940s – 1960s) that formed the basis of the Visual Music movement. Creative influences include: Oskar Fischinger, James and John Whitney, Jordan Belson, and Harry Jacobs. The work was commissioned by the Getty Center for its landmark exhibition "Pacific Standard Time," and was screened and performed at Southern Exposure Gallery in San Francisco and at the Southern California Institute of Architecture in Los Angeles.

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                    • Panspermia

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                      from fabriziopanella / Added

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                      cat-in-tub.tumblr.com Music: Tansy Davies - Neon (2004)

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