Side By Side - Live @ IRL 20140118 by Exomène http://ift.tt/1hfCJS4
We undertook this experiment to explore the visual aesthetics made possible by emerging technologies such as 3D depth cameras and code-processed video.
Using a hardware / software workflow pioneered by creative coder James George, coupled with custom code developed by Superfad, we captured 3D depth data using the Microsoft Kinect, and coupled it with high definition video of a dancer (Emily Bass) from the DSLR. This process allowed us to record footage from a single camera position, and move through that footage in 3D space post-capture, with no degradation in quality regardless of zoom on the subject. Using the RGBD Toolkit, along with the point-cloud processing abilities of the Plexus plugin for AfterEffects, we applied various visual treatments to this captured footage to compile the final project.
VITRINE is an interactive window display. The main objective was to originally promote bagaar.be as a versatile and innovating digital agency. For me it was a chance to work with all kinds of new media. I did the concept, design and development of the software and display in collaboration with Bagaar. VITRINE reached high status in the Adobe Design Achievement Awards in the category Installation Design. It was also featured at different websites and blogs.
Sound: Start Slow by andreasbeats.com
Squint is the first in a series of installations in which Tyson Parks invents new processes to explore the relationship between form, image, motion, time, perception, and memory. This series of invented process artworks is called “Mnetractoscopes”; a term coined by Parks, taken from Latin and Greek etymology, which roughly translates to “viewer(s)” that “draw or pull” from “memory”. This naming serves as homage to early animation devices such as the pre-historic Thaumotrope, Joseph Plateau’s Anorthoscope, or Eadweard Muybridge’s Zoopraxiscope. Parks puts forth the idea that the development and dissemination of these types of devices through the end of the 19th Century brought about a significant change of self-awareness in human kind that led directly to the modernist revolutions in science, art, philosophy, and technology in the 20th Century.
Squint is composed of a sculptural object; a replica of a familiar everyday object that has been distorted and twisted beyond recognition and into abstraction and that sits atop a stand, slowly rotating. A camera films the object in motion, sending a live video feed of its view to a computer. Just above the camera is what Parks calls a “transformative mirror”; a projected screen that shows a processed view of the live camera feed. In this virtual reflection of the space, the public that is present and circulating within the room are abstracted, while the sculptural object is de-abstracted and revealed in its original and recognizable form.
Central to Parks’ work is an investigation of communication, perception, and translation. The artist questions how new perspectives expose hidden relationships and how we might problem solve around the limitations of available perspective. According to him, it is through the discovery of the limitations and functions of our visual processes that allows us to communicate, collaborate and coexist in new and different ways.
Tyson Parks is an American artist and technologist. He employs new technologies to create complimentary paradigms of experience such as audio and visual perception, virtual and actual reality, and inter-dimensional relationships. He takes conceptual and cross-modal inspiration from his experience as a photographer, videographer, electronic musician, VJ, digital visual artist, teacher, and creative programmer.
The artist thanks everyone at Eastern Bloc for their generous support and assistance in the creation of this project during their Winter 2013 Residency Program, and to Concordia’s IMCA Department for assisting with this exhibition.
…based upon an idea, which was born, as I was contemplating of the alternating palindromic movements
of the sea waves, likening them to the life, that “swallowed” the times of innocence…
The shots were filmed at the sea of my favorite beach “St. Anne” in Northern Evia
Edited on windows movie maker and on Adobe Premiere Elements 10, in tones pastels and shades of blue.
Created for the Weekend Challenge: vimeo.com/groups/weekendchallenge
sound by Sylphides [Pat et Lo] ‘slowly’ 2013
camera: Tamara Norniella
visuals & performers: Tamara Norniella & jaime Rguez
video created & edited by jaime Rguez 2013
“Abstract Currents” In conjunction with the exhibitions Inventing Abstraction.
Pojections in MoMA’s lobby and on the Marron Atrium, MoMA. April, 2013
“Los ecos del silencio” Galería Lola Orato, Oviedo, Junio-Julio, 2013
Lyrics by Syphides:
Slowly I can touch your flesh burned
Slowly I can touch your flesh sadness
je lis sur tes lèvres
ton oeil me suit
plongé dans les profondeurs
le passé Maître en la Matière ..
Slowly in anything
Nouvelle réalisation - clip vidéo: “Somesthetic - The Wishing Machine”
Le brillant duo The Wishing Machine m’a fait l’honneur de me demander de réaliser le clip de leur tout nouveau titre “Somesthetic”.
Lionel K Hubert et Sophie Boss Photographe m’ont demandé (à ma plus grande surprise et pour mon plus grand plaisir) de réaliser ce clip. Ils m’ont offert une totale liberté artistique et je les remercie le groupe pour leur confiance!!!
Alors, offrez vous un bain de pixels, plongez dans ces ondes électros.
Regardez et n’hésitez pas à partager.
NB: Et n’oubliez pas: je suis à votre disposition !
New creation - video clip: ” Somesthetic - The Wishing Machine.
The brilliant duo The Wishing Machine has done me the honor of asking me to realize the video for their new song “Somesthetic”.
Lionel K and Sophie asked me (to my surprise and my delight) to make this video. They offered me a total artistic freedom and I would like to thank the group for their confidence!
So, take a digital bath, dive into those electro waves
Watch and feel free to share.
NB: and don’t forget: I am at your disposal!