1. Soft Fences: Minnesota Contemporary Platform Performance (2012)


    from Megan Mayer Added 36 0 0

    Soft Fences performance for Minnesota Contemporary Platform, September 2012 Choreographer: Megan Mayer Performers: Charles Campbell, Angharad Davies, Megan Mayer, Stephanie Stoumbelis, Greg Waletski Sound Design: Elliott Durko Lynch Soft Fences explores the euphoria and terror of space travel and the psychological states of astronauts as a concrete example of displacement through extreme journey, re-entry and orbit. Through a lens both personal and collective, using astronauts and space travel as a metaphor for personal change, it investigates imagery of isolation and the disquieting emotional experience of being stuck between gravity and momentum.

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    • KrazyGlue "Big Fix"


      from Chris Schoenman Added 122 6 0

      Spacejunk was tasked with creating a TV :30 and :15 for a contest that Krazy glue was putting together, "The Krazy Big Fix." MY ROLE: 3D Animation, Modeling, Lighting/Texture/Rendering, Compositing SJ CREDIT LIST Creative Director: Mike Beaumont Producer: Tara Burgoyne-Elliot Designer: Dan Wineland, Amanda Lake 3D Animators: Chris Schoenman, Marco Cardenas, Rich Seemueller Lighting/Texturing/Rendering: Chris Schoenman Compositors: Chris Schoenman, Marco Cardenas Editor: Mike Nelson

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      • Flick Trix: "Real Bikes, Unreal Tricks"


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        I've always loved BMX, toys, and animation, so why not combine all three? This was a spec spot for Flick Trix that evolved from some initial stop motion tests I created. It was both challenging and rewarding to build the miniature environments and armatures to accompany the figures. So many fun trips to Radio Shack and hobby shops! Once designed and animated, it got the final polish from SJ with some editing, logo builds, and sound design. Upon completion we sent it to Flick Trix and they were psyched enough to feature it on their site! Flicktrix.com Client: Spinmaster Studio: Spacejunk My Roles: set construction, armature construction, stop animation, photography, compositing.

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        • Halasan Bazar - Tin Foiled (Live at Aalhaus / Hamburg)


          from Foggy Club Added 83 1 0

          Recorded at Aalhaus in Hamburg 10/05/2013 New album "Space Junk" available http://halasanbazar.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/halasanbazar The song "Tin Foiled" is from the album "How To Be Ever Happy" (2012) - http://aalhaus.de/ - http://foggygirlsclub.blogspot.fr/ http://foggygirlsclub.blogspot.fr/2013/06/halasan-bazars-foggy-bootleg-report-at_18.html

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          • Halasan Bazar - This time (Acoustic Live at Aalhaus)


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            Recorded at Aalhaus in Hamburg 10/05/2013 New album "Space Junk" available http://halasanbazar.bandcamp.com/ https://soundcloud.com/halasanbazar The song "This Time" is from the album "How To Be Ever Happy" (2012) - http://foggygirlsclub.blogspot.fr/ - http://foggygirlsclub.blogspot.fr/2013/06/halasan-bazars-foggy-bootleg-report-at_18.html

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            • SPACEJUNK


              from Jinny Wonggornworawej Added 87 1 0

              My first "motion graphic" project from Studio in Time-Based Graphic Communication and Sound Design II class. I chose SPACEJUNK as my topic after being curious about what’s going on up in the space. What have human kind been doing up there? We haven’t been educated or acknowledged much about these facts and problems, and how it’s related to us while we are living on earth. Therefore, I hope it is something that people would be more aware of nowadays. Episode II is coming soon. Enjoy! Media: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Illustrator Music: Air - Alone in Kyoto, Inf1n1te - We Are Infinite (Original Mix)

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              • Associated Forces


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                Relaying its position of "panopticonscientious objection," a radicalized satellite responds to its role in the demanding drone war below. The orbital agitator in this para-fiction advocates a tactic of non-cooperation amongst spacecraft of its ilk. Associated forces, from gravity to a distributed cohort of network enablers and space junk, are allied in this undertaking. I was interested in engaging the concept of the drone infrastructurally, focusing on satellites, and emphasizing the “above-the-scenes” aspects of unmanned systems. Invisible accomplice to the communications needs of drone operators, and the digitally equipped populace at large, satellites are also increasingly imperiled by, or, as orbital debris. News reports of de-orbited “zombie sats” were fodder for developing a fictional monologue that was then embellished with a visual payload of archival newsreels, civil defense films, Google yields and pop-science artifacts. Imagining an alternative explanation for the dereliction of this craft, the satellite serves as a means of reflecting on the broadening exasperation towards the US drone program and policies.

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                • Bop Sessions x Halasan Bazar


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                  Retardedly Bop 2013. Halasan Bazar perform "Wondering Why" at Emil's place, Aarhus.

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                  • Halasan Bazar - How Did We Get Here In The First Place


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                    Audio: Halasan Bazar Visuals: Omega: Donald Fox (circa 1970) cut by Henry the Rabbit https://www.facebook.com/friendsoftherabbit?ref=hl

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                    • The Uncertain Future (3D red & blue glasses needed)


                      from J-Z-L Added 45 0 0

                      Watch out for space junk falling from the sky! Do you know the DANGER of space junk? The increased of space junk in the space are caused by everything that we launched up. With the high travelling speed, even the smallest object will collide and create huge explosion. Collisions generate a new fragment that increase the percentage of collision and result in more space junk. So what’s the risk? Dangerous junk will fall back to Earth. Even though the chances are not high now, but many of these objects released into space at the lowest orbits have fallen back to Earth.

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