All posts tagged Video Art

Terrestrial Sonata #1 – Ambient Video Series #1 by Mark Gould

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Similar to Lost Heaven, a large number of photographic images, long exposures of lights and motion, were processed and composed into video with music. The approach of this (and other) ambient video work is with the intent of a “painting in motion,” such that if it were used in an installation the video would be slowed down considerably. I’ve picked up the speed on this version to keep your attention, but plan to submit this to festivals and exhibitions. As mentioned I’m also very open to collaborations with ambient musicians and record labels who might have opportunities or venues to pair up their artists with video artists. Contact me here.

Music: Funkwerk – Himmel (Original Remix), VF-FL 0024 Volxfunk Free EP Release 2012
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Used under a Creative Commons License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/

Terrestrial Sonata 1 from Mark E. Gould on Vimeo.

Lost Heaven – Video for Ambient Music #2

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video artist: Mark Gould

 

Instead of dissolves, I tried optical frame blending at the suggestion of someone on the Studio Artist users group forum. You get some interesting morph-like transitions which gives the piece a more organic feel. Thanks to Lucas. Images started as original photography, long exposures of lights and motion, then processed by the great paint synthesizer (and so much more,) Studio Artist by Synthetik, synthetik.com

For installation works my vision is that the change rate of the image would be slowed down considerably. Think about a painting in motion, but almost imperceptibly.

I’m using Creative Commons music from SoundCloud for the early parts of the project. I’m seeking to collaborate with a musician/composer and/or record label who has the need, or is interested in having a video that more closely matches the music. You can contact me using the contact page form here or email mark[at]sfsthetik[dot]com.

Music: Pacific by Psychadelik Pedestrian: soundcloud.com/toucanmusic/pacific-by-psychadelik
Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported
Released by toucanmusic, soundcloud.com/toucanmusic

For Brian.

New Experimental Work: Topology of the 9 Circles: Open Set Number Four

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Reposted from our companion blog, the Media Arts Channel, part of the Vimeo Media Arts Channel Group with over 450 members and more than 1,300 great films and videos in genres of animation, stop motion, moving image, motion graphics, video art and other experimental works.

Topology of the 9 Circles: Open Set Number Four from Roland Quelven and Isabel Pérez del Pulgar

V I D E O / Roland Quelven – Isabel Pérez del Pulgar
S O U N D / Roland Quelven .
V O I C E / Carmelo Bene reading Canto V from Inferno.

Open Set Number Four from Roland Quelven on Vimeo.

 

The utility of the notion of a topology is shown by the fact that there are several equivalent definitions of this structure. A topological space is a set X with a collection of subsets of X, called Open Sets.

CYBERFEST 2012 St. Petersburg, Russia, November 23 – 29

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(SFsthetik.com) CYBERFEST is the first and only Russian annual International festival for cybernetic art (which combines living, biological and somatic substances with computational and technical), held annually since 2007.

This year the festival is attended by more than 80 artists and art professionals from 20 countries (Russia, France, Belgium, Canada, Italy, Germany, Austria, the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Argentina, Finland, Sweden, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine , Philippines, etc.), and the program includes:   — an exhibition (of media objects and media installations); — live performances; — sound and video art programs; — an educational program (with lectures, workshops, master classes); — an Internet conference; — a concert.

(more at CYBERFEST website English version ->)

Shortlist for the Nam June Paik Award 2010 – International Media Art Award of the Art Foundation of North Rhine-Westphalia

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via e-flux


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The international selectors for the Nam June Paik Award 2010 met on the last weekend of February in the Museum Kunst Palast in Düsseldorf.

Solange Farkas (Sao Paulo), Udo Kittelmann (Berlin), chairman, Antoni Muntadas (Barcelona/New York), Miklós Peternák (Budapest) and Yukiko Shikata (Tokyo) came together to draw up the shortlist for the media art award established in 2002 by the Kunststiftung NRW.

Competing for the award, and taking part in an exhibition that can be seen from September 2010 in the Museum Kunst Palast in Düsseldorf, are the following artists: Daito Manabe, Tokyo, Japan and Ei Wada a.k.a. Crab Feet, also from Tokyo; Hajnal Németh, Berlin; Eike, Budapest; the artist group Chelpa Ferro, Sao Paulo, Brazil; Ali Kazma, Istanbul, Turkey; Rosa Barba, Berlin and Amsterdam; Ignas Krunglevicius, Oslo, Norway.

The winners of the Newcomer Prize of the Nam June Paik Award 2008, Adriane Wachholz, Münster and Thorsten Hallscheidt, Cologne and Karlsruhe, will also present new works in the exhibition.



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Nam June Paik

The Olympe de Gouges in the fairy-mail, 1989


Tuned Graphics – Media in Motion


Deutschland/Germany 2005/06, DV Video 3:30 Video: Heiko Daxl, Ingeborg Fülepp produziert von / produced by media in motion – and, http://www.mediainmotion.info

Berlin/Zagreb Musik / music: Igor Kuljeric

“You are referencing old film school rhetoric. There is a more developed vocabulary in which to describe the relationship between sound and image now. These theories may apply in a very basic way, but being as its 2010, there has been much more thorough and abstract experimentation and documentation done regarding synchronicity.”


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