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Dans le cadre de la résidence vidéo "Musiq'O'Lycée", 6 élèves ont réalisé en 4 jours le clip de Ben.MaZUé avec l'aide de Jul & Mat armés d'un NIKON D90 Facebook : http://www.facebook.com/julandmat.directors Twitter : https://twitter.com/juletmat web : http://www.juletmat.fr As part of the artist residence "Musiq'O'Lycée" 6 students have done in only 4 days a music video for Ben.MaZUé with the help of http://www.facebook.com/julandmat armed with a NIKON D90 Ben MaZUé : http://www.myspace.com/benmazue Musiq'O'Lycée : http://www.myspace.com/musiqolyceehf+ More details
PREVIEW FROM HERMAN KOLGEN PERFORMANCE _ INJECT _ WWW.KOLGEN.NET 2010 Ars Electronica honored mention for this project A human body is injected in a cistern. Over the course of 45 minutes, the pressure of the liquid exerts upon him multiple neurosensorial transformations. From his epidermal fiber to his nervous system, he reacts to influxes of viscosity in this liquid chamber. His cortex, lac king oxygen, gradually loses all notions of the real. Like a human guinea pig: a matter-body whose psychologica l states are the object of kinetik tableaux, of singular temporal spaces. It was in 2008 that Herman Kolgen initiated the IN/JECT project . The genesis of the principal visual material for this project was a shoot, in an immense cistern filled with water, which lasted six consecutive days. Yso had to be immersed for over eight hours a day in the glass tank, oscillating between weightlessness and lack of oxygen. With the aid of various digital video recording and photographic systems Kolgen assembled many series of temporal sequences, images that he then assembled into a flexible and modular body. It’s a matter of a narrative progression, in perpetual circles of influence and movement, where the real is in dislocation. IN/JECT is a modular projection/performance in HD format and multichannel audio.+ More details
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www.brunolevy.com http://www.katesimko.com/ facebook.com/katesimkomusic Crystals is an audio-visual collaboration utilizing live orchestra between multi-disciplinary artist Bruno Levy and DJ/composer Kate Simko. Using stop motion photography, Bruno Levy captured various types of crystals growing under a microscope. As the evaporation process occurred, a wide variety of patterns and shapes were formed, creating an organic, yet otherworldly landscape. The compiled images are reminiscent of space and the creation of matter; as the video progresses the geometry of the crystals becomes increasingly complex. Shimmering floating particles transform into glowing geometric shapes that develop into complex galactic formations, taking us on a journey of growth and evolution. Kate Simko's score meshes modern classical music with deep electronics and sound design. Highlighting the rhythmic nature of the evolution of crystals and matter, the music takes us on a short journey that combines the beauty of nature and live instruments with technology and interactive art. Crystals premiered as a live audio-visual performance in April 2013 at the Britten Theatre of the Royal College of Music in London. Alongside an orchestral ensemble of twenty musicians, Simko performed electronics while Levy triggered live visual effects using MIDI and audio analysis of the orchestra. All orchestral instruments in Crystals were recorded live and combined with the electronic music elements. video:: bruno levy music:: kate simko Conducted by Pierre O'Reilly Instrumental players: Claire Wickes - Flute/Piccolo Lydia Griffiths - Oboe Adrian Somogyi - Clarinet Isaac McCullough - Bassoon Damon Oliver - Alto Sax David Scott - Trumpet Anny Drysdale - Horn Jonny Hollick - Trombone Catrin Meek - Harp Marie Schreer - Violin Nadine Galea - Violin Louisa Tatlow - Viola Mikela Gronberg - Cello Enric Boixados Gomex - Bass+ More details
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The Future of Art an immediated autodocumentary What are the defining aesthetics of art in the networked era? How is mass collaboration changing notions of ownership in art? How does micropatronage change the way artists produce and distribute artwork? The Future of Art begins a conversation on these topics and invites your participation. (twitter hashtag: #futureofart) This video was shot, edited and screened at the Transmediale festival 2011 in Berlin, Germany. Conceived and Edited by Gabriel Shalom Produced by KS12 / Emergence Collective Executive Producer: Patrizia Kommerell Assistant Editor: Clare Molloy Production Assistant: Annika Bauer Featuring: Aaron Koblin www.aaronkoblin.com Michelle Thorne www.thornet.wordpress.com Caleb Larsen www.caleblarsen.com Régine Debatty www.we-make-money-not-art.com Heather Kelley www.kokoromi.org Vincent Moon www.vincentmoon.com Ken Wahl www.depthart.com Reynold Reynolds www.reynold-reynolds.com Bram Snijders www.sitd.nl Mez Breeze www.unhub.com/netwurker Zeesy Powers www.zeesypowers.com Joachim Stein www.joaoflux.net Eric Poettschacher www.shapeshifters.net Including Video Material From: Vincent Moon Achim Kern www.achimkern.de Born Digital www.borndigital.nu Daniel Franke www.daniel-franke.com Christopher Warnow www.brian-steen.com Memo Akten www.memo.tv Ian Mackinnon www.ianmackinnon.co.uk Taj Dhami Liisalotte Elme Zeesy Powers Reynold Reynolds Patrizia Kommerell & Gabriel Shalom Aaron Koblin Alessandro Ludovico www.neural.it Paolo Cirio www.paolocirio.net Iepe www.iepe.net Akiz www.myspace.com/bornhak Music, Sounds and Performances by: The Arcade Fire, The Crowd, Daniel Franke & Christopher Warnow, Monolake, Daito Manabe, Zeesy Powers, Arlt, Ei Wada, Gabriel Shalom (8 years old), kom.post by Laurie Bellanca Special Thanks: Elyse Harrison, Studio Neptune, Cifarelli Art Consulting, Henrik Moltke, Beckie Darlington, Open Design City, Cara Bell Jones, Ela Kagel CC 2011 BY-NC-SA KS12 / Emergence Collective www.emergence.cc Join the conversation! #futureofart ============================ We've made English subtitles for this video using the Universal Subtitles tool: http://ow.ly/41lBK If you'd like to help translate the video into your own language, you'll just need Firefox 4 beta: http://ow.ly/41lAT ============================+ More details
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Quad Time is a finalist at the Vimeo+ Awards 2012!! Woo! A big thank you to all those who voted for us Imagine music and video playing a game together. And telling stories at the same time. That’s what it’s like to experience a performance by audio-visual collective Origamibiro. Brace yourself for the full length 'Shakkei' remix album featuring remixes by Plaid, ISAN, Remote Viewer, Set In Sand, Upward Arrows, Melodium, Calika, Offthesky, Last Man on Mars and many more. Due out on May21st 'Shakkei' the second album by Origamibiro is also available to buy online now. Go here for download: itunes.apple.com/gb/album/shakkei/id451478877 Go here for physical copy: amazon.co.uk/Shakkei-Origamibiro/dp/B005DOCJES/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1323687559&sr=8-1 Finally download our Quad Time Single Release for FREE featuring remixes from Leafcutter John, Joseph Minadeo, Soil and Water, Juxtaphona and Low In the Sky as well as the Quad Time video. Go here to download: origamibiro.com/page17.htm Thanks for watching! www.thejoyofbox.co.uk www.origamibiro.com+ More details
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Une installation éphémère et non dégradante de l'artiste Mademoiselle Maurice. Du street art poétique réalisé avec des centaines d'origamis colorés collés sur les murs de Paris. A temporary installation, not degrading, by french artist Mademoiselle Maurice. Some poetic Street art performed with hundreds of colorful origami glued on the walls of Paris. Artiste: Mademoiselle Maurice (http://www.mademoisellemaurice.com/) Video: Jean Duval (http://www.jean-duval.com/) Musique: Cautious optimism / Tehn (http://soundcloud.com/tehn/cautious-optimism)+ More details
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VTLZR project in-house teaser. This is an additional video report to show the numerous lighting figures used in our VTLZR installation. The essence of the VTLZR project comes from the will to offer french musician Vitalic a massive scenographic installation that he can control like a musical instrument, using the same ways of interaction he's used to - namely audio control through the Midi protocol - but applied to space, light and images. The project consists of a 10 meter wide scaffolding structure, acting as an industrial style backdrop, equipped with lighting fixtures and video LED display. The structure allows us to layer different elements and melt them together in order to produce a complex machinery, revealed during the show element by element. Each layer of hardware is controlled in realtime by the musicians (the main artist - Vitalic -, the keyboard player and the drummer). More info and pictures: 1024architecture.net/en/2012/09/vitalic-vtlzr-live-2012/ 1024d.wordpress.com/category/event-project/vitalic/+ More details
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Konkreet Performer is a music control and performance instrument for the iPad. Its unique and intuitive multi-touch interface reconnects the musician’s actions directly with the music. Use PERFORMER to play your Synth, operate your DAW, or anything that receives OSC or MIDI. Re-explore your favorite music software tools with a whole new way to search, find and perform your sound. All sounds in this video were recorded using instruments controlled by PERFORMER Available now in the app store! http://itunes.apple.com/app/konkreet-performer/id417418467?mt=8+ More details
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