1. Muse

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    from FIELD / Added

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    Commissioned by Netfilmmakers Gallery Copenhagen, Muse is a remix of our private digital scrapbooks from the last 3 years into an ocean of colour, fuelled from Evernote, our blog www.field.io/process, our favourites on Google Reader and Flickr. Read more on www.field.io/project/muse Soundtrack by David Kamp, www.davidkamp.de

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    • Sticky Tape

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      from Bill Newsinger / Added

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      A variety pack of monochrome miscellany. The music is my own composition.

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      • SCRAP BOOK ISSUE #1

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        from michael mallalieu / Added

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        A new series that will be updated when the time feels right, no deadlines no rules this is SCRAP BOOK ISSUE #1 For your viewing pleasure, enjoy. Surfers: Noa Deane Craig Anderson Jack Freestone Regards Mikey Mallalieu @MALLMIC

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        • Cómo dibujar animales tristes o...

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          Original title: Cómo dibujar animales tristes o cuaderno de todas las cosas vivas y muertas que imaginé la noche que te fuiste para siempre. English tittle: How to draw sad animals or notebook of all the living and dead things that I imagined the night you went away forever. Synopsis: A project that plays at being a bestiary, but also a diary, but also a tragic tale. Film made by manipulating Super8mm footage, Cinexin tapes and drawings without fate nor destiny. Selected Screenings: San Francisco Cinematheque. UnionDocs, New York. Dumbo Arts Fest, New york. Shay Arye Gallery, Tel Aviv. EMAF, Osnabrueck, Germany. Museo de Arte Lationamericano de Buenos Aires. 25 FPS Experimental Film Fest, Zagreb, Croatia. 3th Roman Gubern Film Essay Award UAB, Barcelona.

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          • The Scrapbook Project Teaser

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            from Flatlight Creative House / Added

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            Teaser for Snowboard Documentary project. More info check out www.scrapbook.fi

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            • LEGO Sketchbook 2013

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              from Alex Allmont / Added

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              These mechanisms are some of the prototypes for some of my larger projects, or mini projects in themselves: - Drum trigger: I use this sort of mechanism a lot in pieces like Clunky Drummer where a sequence is encoded in the wide links in a chain loop. This particular experiment was intended to give a more punchy kick for a physical drum, or latch a mechanism to fire off something much bigger (I never got this working!) - Nonlinear motion: I need to find the source I reworked this from, either a book or youtube video. The idea is that a universal joint generates a slightly elliptic motion when angled, so if you combine these together you get an exaggerated elliptic motion. - Drum hammer: I needed something that would give some punch but not be a strain on the LEGO itself so this was a nice compromise but in the end I went for the more direct sprung hammers in Pot Drum (http://vimeo.com/69912771) - Reciprocating motion: I've been trying to find a reliable way to do this for ages, but then found a really nice example online, full credit to this artist: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bsuNsCioa94 - Simple locking ratchet: reworked from 'Mechanisms for Intermittent Motion' (Bickford) - Trigger release: this again was an early one for Pot Drum, I wanted to store up energy then release it all at one, never quite got it working as an automata, future challenge to self. - Out of phase gears: this was made for a synthesiser tweaking machine, the gears are nicely out of phase so when attached to resonance, cutoff and various other synth inputs you get a lot of variation for pseudorandom effects. - Mini clock: showing this working when cranked by hand. I've been working with clocks for ages so getting things this small was a real pleasure, the penny dropped when I realised I could use worm gears for a 1/20th reduction. My video of this running by itself on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eJbSPpCjXwc - Monotron knob twiddler: I'm love this little thing and am going to make more of them! Again lots of out-of-phase gears tweak the various synth parameters, it's nice because you can 'hold' the sound so it's a really exploratory experience. - Phased drum sequence: working on an earlier generative piece I was experimenting with bringing the chain loops in pieces like Clunky Drummer in and out of the performance by pushing them back and fourth with levers. - Surprise ending, desk toy made for a friend :)

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              • The Great Northwest (excerpt)

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                from matt mccormick / Added

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                This video is a short excerpt from "The Great Northwest," a 70-minute experimental documentary that explores how the visual landscape of the Pacific Northwest has changed over the past 50 years. The project is based on the re-creation of a 3,200 mile road-trip made in 1958 by four Seattle women who thoroughly documented their journey in an elaborate scrapbook of photos, postcards, brochures and receipts. Fifty years later, Portland filmmaker Matt McCormick found that scrapbook in a thrift store, and in 2010 set out on the road, following their route precisely and searching out every stop in which the ladies had documented. More info can be found at www.rodeofilmco.com UPDATE: see the entire film and find more information at www.thegreatnorthwest.org

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                • MOREDAYS Screencast HD

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                  • The Memory File: Start Sharing

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                    from Heidi Swapp / Added

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                    The Memory File System is a whole new way to document, capture, share and store your memories!

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                    • LICKSHOT: A Photo Scrapbook, by Ben Watts

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                      from Princeton Architectural Press / Added

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                      It's no wonder our 2003 Ben Watts monograph, Big Up, sold out before it was even released. Watts is internationally known for bringing the frenetic verve of street photography to his diverse body of work. Whether on location for Vanity Fair, Elle, Rolling Stone, or Nike, Watts's camera captures a feeling of barely contained, youthful energy and sucks the raw essence out of his subjects. Watts has an uncanny ability to simultaneously put his subjects at ease and amp up their adrenaline. His working process has as much in common with the call-and-response patterns in hip-hop music as it does with the traditional conventions of photography. He is always ready to swap his professional camera for a Polaroid so that his subjects can see the photos immediately and tag them with shout-outs or trash talk. His photo shoots are like block parties where his subjects drop their guard to reveal an honest sense of self-pride, and love of life. Lickshot is Ben Watts's highly personalized scrapbook and travel diary. A triumph of lo-fi style, its pages are a delirious pastiche of gritty photographs, wonky Polaroids, and hand-scrawled graffiti, held together by slashes of colored tape. Its contents reflect the incredible variety of Watts's photographic subjects—from high school ice skaters, Brooklyn biker gangs, and lounging sunbathers to world-famous actors, supermodels, and today's hottest musicians. Lickshot includes photos of Heath Ledger, Benicio del Toro, Tobey Maguire, Rachel Weisz, Guy Pearce, Adrien Brody, Bruce Springsteen, Lil Wayne, Lou Reed, Jay-Z, Coldplay, T.I., Alicia Keys, Snoop Dogg, André 3000, B. B. King, Mary J. Blige, and Ben Harper. An interview with Watts by Vanity Fair editor Ingrid Sischy explores Watts's background and creative influences. Ben Watts is a New York–based photographer who shoots advertising campaigns for Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Miller Lite, Kodak, the Gap, Sony Music, and Apple, and he is a regular contributor to numerous magazines, including the New York Times Magazine, GQ, Interview, Rolling Stone, VIBE, Esquire, Elle, Vanity Fair, Harper's Bazaar, and Conde Nast Traveler. Watts has contributed to several group exhibitions and has had a solo exhibition at Milk Gallery in New York City.

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