1. Cynopolis - trailer

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    Video art by Camille Henrot, production Kamel Nemmour

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    • video art project

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      A short video art project i've created exploring the effect of the global bee crisis, what it is, why its important. Sound designed using Les Labas and Marla Spivak's Ted Talk amongst other bits and bops. All archival footage from PreLinger. Video designed to be watched in black box, with video projected at large scale and surround sound.

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      • Onset - Beyond Clouds

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        Sounds by Dolphins Into The Future

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        • Angels

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          Initial experiments with projection mapping

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          • Waiting for Dogot

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            Visual Virus # 2. Title: Waiting for Dogot. Year: 2014 A visual virus by Gustavo Charif (沙里夫·古斯塔沃). Recommendation: listen with headphones. IMDB: imdb.com/title/tt4199488 . LINK: http://charif-films.tumblr.com/post/108696611878/25-waiting-for-dogot-gustavo-charif-2014 (more about Waiting for Dogot). LINK: http://charif.org (Charif's official site). 中

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            • THE SPELL

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              Directed by INDIRA CESARINE & PHANTASMIC TV, Starring BEATA GRABOWSKA and JESSICA BERTONCELLO, Edited by PHANTASMIC TV, Music by JESSICA COLLINS of BERU, Cinematography by PHANTASMIC TV, Photography by INDIRA CESARINE. The Spell, Directed by Indira Cesarine and Phantasmic TV, takes you through a visual journey of Surrealist inspiration, as two heavenly muses are caught in a web of the other worldly desires, and remain only in your dreams. The video art film features models Beata Grabowska and Jessica Bertoncello, with make up by Bernadine Bibiano, and hair by Rutger. Photography by Indira Cesarine, Cinematography by Phantasmic TV, Edited by Phatasmic TV with creative direction and production by Indira Cesarine.

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              • Dream

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                • Composer avec l'horizon

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                  Exposition à / Exhition at : Maison de la culture Frontenac, Montréal, QC, CA (04.09 — 05.10.2014) L'exposition «Composer avec l'horizon» regroupe deux installations interactives «Travellings» et «Séquences» et une dizaine d'œuvres imprimées. Ces œuvres interrogent notre rapport ambigu à la vitesse et aux technologies. Le spectateur y est invité à ralentir ou à se jouer de cette course contre la montre dans laquelle nous semblons tous engagés, de même que les liens sensibles qui se tissent entre notre corps et le paysage. L'ensemble propose une réflexion sur l’expérience de la vitesse et sur l’idée que plus on se déplace vite, plus on court le risque de « voir sans voir ». Qu’advient-il du paysage parcouru alors que notre vitesse croît et que les lignes peintes sur la route semblent s’étirer? Se résume-t-il à un flux d’informations lumineuses et sonores? La profondeur du paysage s’annule-t-elle pour devenir surface ou machine à peindre? *** The exhibition "Compose with the horizon" includes two interactive installations "Travellings" and "Sequences" and ten printed works. These works question our ambiguous relationship to speed and technology. The viewer is prompted to slow down or to play out of this race against time in which we all seem committed, as well as sensitive relationships that develop between our body and the landscape. The set offers a reflection on the experience of speed, on the idea that the faster you move, the more you take the risk of seeing without seeing. When the painted lines on the highway seem to stretch as our speed increases, what happens to the landscapes ? Will it down to a light and sound information flow ? Is that the depth of the landscape vanishes to become a surface or a painting machine ? Collaboration à la programmation et au son / Collaboration to programming and sound : Sébastien Pitt Avec le soutien de / With support from : Conseil des arts du Canada / Canada Council for the Arts SODEC Québec

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                  • al[l]ter[ra]native

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                    Duration: 2 mins 23 seconds The concept of al[l] ter[ra] native is to draw attention and contemplate the beauty of renewable energy alternatives that are available in the production of electricity. Not just the fact that there is no residue to deal with as in fossil fuel and nuclear fission, but in the harmonious structures that can add elegance to the landscape. This video work is a visual of comparison and contemplates the human scale of how alternative energy can be accessible and make a positive impact to communities. Copyright © 2013 Dawn J Flower My urge is to slow down, and stop, and look outwards from the hectic living at my surroundings: at the places humans inhabit; at what else is occurring; what is usually missed or ignored. I am an observer; still and watching. Whilst I was living in Germany and Switzerland I photographed the places in which I am living and moving around within. I wanted to capture the structures and the details; to see the real, significant nature and features of the individuality. To do this I use still and video camera to record activities and places. The resultant video works are edited versions of these observations; a concentrated essence. The atomic bomb and a nuclear power station use the same process to produce power. Both produce an induced nuclear fission event. A neutron is absorbed by the nucleus of a uranium-235 atom, which in turn splits into fast-moving lighter elements (fission products) and free neutrons. Though both reactors and nuclear weapons rely on nuclear chain-reactions, the rate of reactions in a reactor occurs much more slowly than in a bomb. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_reactor So a nuclear power station is in effect a slow atomic bomb. I see these ugly encased concrete dome structures that house this awful potential as squatting trolls. What radiates from these structures is only evident in the incidence of illnesses that occur. The potential for danger is a constant, yet the surrounding population lives with this anxiety or ignores it and this has become part of their psyche. Throughout the world electricity is produced by what President Harry S Truman said of the first atomic bomb as heralding the "harnessing of the basic power of the universe". http://news.bbc.co.uk/onthisday/hi/dates/stories/august/6/newsid_3602000/3602189.stm Truman was referring to the bomb that the Enola Gay dropped on Hiroshima on 6th August 1945. I think it is time to ‘harness the natural power of the world’ if we want to keep the status quo and develop a decent standard of living for everyone has this right in humanity. In Germany it took the recent Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster for the government to speed up its intention to decommission all nuclear power stations by 2025 in favour of massively implementing on a larger scale the renewable energy sources alternatives. Along with many European countries, both Germany and Switzerland have already implemented renewable energy alternatives evident by small and large wind farms and re building efficient small water power stations. Not everything is, nor has to be sensational. A small scale wind farm can produce power to a small town, as can a water power station across a fast flowing river. The technology already exists it only has to be adopted by communities across the world for it to work on a global scale. This footage was sourced in Germany and Switzerland. The power station footage is from the river Elbe, at Bassenfleth nuclear power station decommissioned in 2003 – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stade_Nuclear_Power_Plant The wind turbines in farmland are from near Stade and the water footage is from one of the water power station across the Rhine in Basel. This video art piece was shown August 3rd -15th, 2013 in the Vernacular Lounge at The Depot Artspace, Devonport, Auckland, New Zealand, to coincide & commemorate Hiroshima Day http://depotartspace.co.nz/event/dawn-j-flower-all-ter-ra-native/ http://www.freewebs.com/dawnjulietflower/

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                    • Futurescapes

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                      Futurescapes is a video and motion project created for VA 440 Motion Graphics course. It's inspired by the legendary story of Don Quixote by Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes. Transmission towers and utility poles depict modern times monsters symbolizing male dominated world where a woman tries to stand on her own feet and fight against the settled ruling system, against the monsters... shooting by Gizem Acarla & Bike Kefeli editing by Gizem Acarla post-production by Gizem Acarla & Bike Kefeli music by Audio Bullys

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