DCN Pick: Toca Me Opening Titles 2018 by Materia // TITLE…



DCN Pick: Toca Me Opening Titles 2018 by Materia // TITLE DESIGN: MATERIA / www.materia.tv / instagram.com/materia.studio / facebook.com/materia.tv / SCORE / SOUND DESIGN: ECHOLAB /www.echolab.tv /instagram.com/echolab/ / facebook.com/EcholabAudio Ever-changing landscapes inspired by organic textures and surfaces. Surreal worlds created by processing live action scenes with CG techniques. To create morphing textures we captured slowly spreading color on even surfaces. All scenes were filmed with a RED Weapon and a macro lens in 8K. The analog source sequences were further taken as a base for generating the 3d structures by displacing and shading geometry inside 3d software. The score was composed by Gavin Little from ECHOLAB. Inspired by seismic and earth shifting movements, he created geological seeming sounds. By burying contact microphones underground in soil and recording vibrations, he captured breathtaking, natural sounds of shifting earth and grinding rocks. For the score he used a hybrid of organic and digital sounds, a musical progression that matched the swell of the movements from texture to texture. Produced for the Toca Me Design Conference 2018 www.toca-me.com / instagram.com/toca_me_munich / facebook.com/tocame

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171573414866

DCN Pick: DANCE DANCE by Thomas Blanchard // Special video…



DCN Pick: DANCE DANCE by Thomas Blanchard // Special video “Valentine’s Day”. From an artistic point of view, the flowers are represented in the 4 seasons. The fire for the fall, ice for the winter, fast hatching (timelapses) for the spring and color inks for the summer. Music : Velvet coffee ( Leonardo Villiger and Christophe Dugne Esquevin) https://soundcloud.com/velvetcoffee https://www.facebook.com/velvetcoffeemusic/ Director : Thomas Blanchard http://www.thomas-blanchard.com/ https://www.facebook.com/thomasblanchardgraphiste/

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171320142050

DCN Pick: Poor Cherries – NOWNESS by NOWNESS // LA-based…



DCN Pick: Poor Cherries - NOWNESS by NOWNESS // LA-based director and photographer Jimmy Marble’s latest film was influenced by Czech avant-garde director Věra Chytiiová’s Daisies (1966), which was a colorful frolic through banquets, boyfriends, and the bourgeoisie. Known for making poppy commercial content, Marble’s newest project takes a playful approach to the world around us. The American filmmaker explains how he “used strong visuals to play with emotions in an unconscious way. Like music, it is impressionistic, in that you’re trying to create more of a mood than a story.” The resulting film is an offbeat dayglo daydream told through the eyes of two irreverent characters, who cherish lovers’ quarrels and summer clouds in equal measure.

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171290699344

DCN Pick: POW! WOW! KOREA 2017 OFFICIAL VIDEO by POW! WOW!…



DCN Pick: POW! WOW! KOREA 2017 OFFICIAL VIDEO by POW! WOW! Worldwide // The official recap video of POW! WOW! Korea 2017. See us paint murals around the city of Seoul, including the tallest mural in South Korea. Directed by Andrew Tran of Redefined Media.

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171283140080

DCN Pick: Michelangelo Pistoletto by Zapote Productions // With…



DCN Pick: Michelangelo Pistoletto by Zapote Productions // With his show at Simon Lee gallery opening this evening, the legendary Italian artist, and one of the key figures in the art povera movement, discusses the solace of creativity, reflecting self in society and searching for the ‘third paradise’ of connecting difference

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171252624804

DCN Pick: Colorspace by Sosolimited // Colorspace is an…



DCN Pick: Colorspace by Sosolimited // Colorspace is an interactive sculpture that translates text messages into breathtaking animations of colored light. Boston Properties commissioned Sosolimited to create the artwork for the mezzanine of their iconic Boston skyscraper at 200 Clarendon Street. Created by Sosolimited www.sosolimited.com

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171245684738

DCN Pick: NITE BITES / Faded Away by Clément Oberto // Listen to…



DCN Pick: NITE BITES / Faded Away by Clément Oberto // Listen to the debut Faded Away EP on Apple Music https://apple.co/2ErUV0C - www.faded-away.com / _ Directed and produced by Clément Oberto Starring Roxane Mesquida & Mr Flash Executive producer / Nic Nicola Cinematography / Joshua R Turner Assistant director / Becky Sapp Stylist / Laura Brody Art director / Jason Amos Make-up & Hair / Jen Cab Steadicam / Stephen M Lucas Assistant camera / Stevie Murrell Colorist / Thibaut Petillon Editing and post / Clément Oberto Crew / Joris Reynaud & John J Photographer BTS / Roch Armando Thanks to Ruby Montana, Ernesto Lomeli & Legends Car Oversteps Production & Nic Nicola © 2018 Mowno (fr) - goo.gl/49dVGG Fubiz (fr) - goo.gl/g93Mu1 Green Room (fr) - goo.gl/kQ9Ptf Das Filter (de) - goo.gl/dYoStn Le tag parfait (fr) - goo.gl/29BPsx

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171138387902

DCN Pick: vincent leroy’s UFO installation is a weightless…



DCN Pick: vincent leroy’s UFO installation is a weightless drop naturally floating in the air by designboom // read full article on designboom here: https://www.designboom.com/art/vincent-leroy-ufo-installation-02-21-2018/ video by vincent leroy

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171131584552

DCN Pick: LightingTrees by Studio Antimateria // Performance…



DCN Pick: LightingTrees by Studio Antimateria // Performance audiovisiva generate in real-time tramite programmazione in processing e supercollider. L'installazione è realizzata tramite l’allestimento di un imponente cerchio di luci mobili disposte al perimetro della radura presente nei boschetti della villa reale di Monza. Un installazione immersiva dove lo spettatore viene avvolto in un'architettura fatta di luce e suono. Lighting Trees è stato il terzo evento di #Silicon DigitArt Festival, festival dedicato alle arti digitali organizzato da Lascaux arte e cultura. Audiovisual performances in real-time through processing and supercollider coding. The installation is carried out through an impressive circle of mobile lights placed at the perimeter of the clearing present in the groves of the Villa Reale of Monza. An immersive installation where the viewer is enveloped in an architecture made of light and sound. Lighting Trees was the third event of #Silicon DigitArt Festival, a festival dedicated to digital arts organized by Lascaux art and culture.

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171095145886

DCN Pick: you, me and all these machines by ::vtol:: //…



DCN Pick: you, me and all these machines by ::vtol:: // http://vtol.cc/filter/works/you-me-and-all-these-machines by ::vtol:: and lovozero “You, me and all these machines” is a performance for voice and electronic devices. The vocalist puts on his or her head a specially designed wearable interface tool to interact with the voice and display a visual score. Technically, the device consists of several elements: a narrowly directional microphone driven by a motor; an LED strip that shows the vocalist score; remote control with a joystick used by the second participant to control the interface. Shifting the microphone against the mouth makes it possible to achieve interesting sound effects, and makes it easier to manipulate the vocalist’s voice. The LED line consisting of 10 diodes is a very primitive, but effective and convenient way of interacting with the vocalist, and the way of interpreting the values ​​is predetermined before each performance. During the performance, a sound canvas is formed, thereby changing the dynamics, consisting of a set of looped fragments created within voice and interface processing elements, without using other methods to generate sounds. Initially, the project was built around the idea of using the body and its capabilities as a starting point or even a resource for later use in a hybrid work. However, the idea was subsequently transformed into a more subtle practice of interaction between two artists, using an electronic device and sound performance as its direct consequence. At the same time, the idea of ​​domination and manipulation was replaced by sensitive interaction, and the “resource” became more and more a source of inspiration. In many ways, the work can be described as a way of interpreting complexities in the relations between a couple, and the displacement of these complexities to the domain of creative interaction.

SOURCE: http://motioncollector.com/post/171079411036