Video tribute to Takashi Ishii.
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Made using an Afghanistan-based video game, Baden Pailthorpe’s ‘Formation’ series, explores the aesthetics and dynamics of opposition. In the work, two opposing forces of US soldiers and Taliban combatants follow invisible waypoints side-by-side. Oblivious to each other’s presence thanks to a hacked game setting, the usual violence of this relationship is transformed into a poetic, uncanny rhythm that repeats and amplifies the avatars’ movement.
Reinhold Bidner / Georg Hobmeier (2013)
Audio: Juan A. Romero
Performing: Georg Hobmeier
Format: 16:9 digital
Techniques: Stop-Motion / Pixilation / Animation / Compositing / Elektrodensteuerung / Video
A performative and audiovisual experimental film: currents of electricity and its production were analyzed and introduced into a human host via electrodes. The resulting impulses and physical motions were recorded in the powerplant Wien Simmering. The visual material was then edited and mixed with Max Bense’s text “technical existence” (written in 1949), where the philosopher Bense adresses ethical question concerning mankinds uneasy relationship with machines and technology.
Impulse was awarded with the jury’s price at Vienna Independent Shorts 2013 – Night of the Light Competition.
Wien Energie powerplant Vienna
- gold extra (Equipment)
- Wien Energie (Night of the Light – Production Budget)
- Daniel Fetzner (for introducing us to Bense)
New video made for Computers Club, Visites Possibles embeds different electronic landscapes into the walls of an architectural space. Throughout the visit, “entities” arise and disappear regularly as if haunting this virtual environment.
Special thanks to Roger Tellier-Craig for this stunning electronic score.
Réalisé dans le cadre d’une commande d’oeuvres du CQAM pour les 50 ans de l’art vidéo.
Commissioned by CQAM for the 50 years of Video art.
Longueurs d’ondes est une exploration des interactions possibles entre la danse et les signaux électroniques générés par un synthétiseur vidéo. La vidéo s’inspire des pionniers de l’art vidéo qui ont expérimenté avec la danse et le mouvement.
Music: Roger Tellier-Craig
Performance: Claudine Hébert
Adobe came to us to make an interpretive graphic of their logo. We decided to have some fun and turn it into a competition. We designed, produced, and edited this five part gameshow series. Judges: Stefan Bucher, Jessica Hische, Joshua Davis, Noreen Morioka Host: Todd Newton
Directors / Participants / Designers: Stefan Sagmeister & Jessica Walsh
Producer / Editor / Director: Santiago Carrasquilla
Set Design / Build: Adi Goodrich
Director of Photography: Zak Mulligan
Design / Animation: Zipeng Zhu
Design: Moritz Resl, Christian Widlic, Lily Tidhar, Jordan Shevell, Dan Hennessy
Sound: Lakyoto Sound Studio
Timelapse video of ice crystals melting, photographed using cross-polarized light.
Music: Jani R - And The Faded Notes Play
Used under a CC license - Attribution 3.0
Camera: Canon T1i
Lens: Sigma 105mm F2.8 + Kenko Extension Tubes
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Music and Video by Rosa Menkman
I recommend watching this with headphones (louder!)!
Full description is now available at the Rhizome Artbase Here are some articles on The Collapse of PAL:
Life and Death of an Image by Domenico Quaranta in Fabio Paris Art Gallery - Solo show catalogue, 2010
Media Archaeology of Signals (Transmediale 2011) by Jussi Parikka in Cartographies of Media Archaeology, 2011
What is Media Archeology? by Jussi Parikka in University of California Press, 2012
Going beyond the Collapse of PAL in The Collapse of PAL by Rosa Menkman in Sunshine in my Throat, 2011.
Motion Pictures by Dom Philips in Time Out Sao Paolo, 2011.
INTERVIEW WITH ROSA MENKMAN, DUTCH VISUALIST by Andrew Rosinski in Dinca, 2010.
Render of part one of the Collapse of PAL (Eulogy, Obsequies and Requiem for the blue plains of phosphor). As performed at TV-TV on the 25th of May 2010, Copenhagen, DK, Copenhagen, DK. The video work is based on analogue signal, compressions, glitches and feedback artifacts in sound and video. For this part of the 30 minutes video, I used a NES, some image bending and a broken photo camera (CCD chip is loose) && for the sound I used a cracklebox, feedback, Eurosignal and a couple of DV-compressed videobends.
In “The Collapse of PAL” (Eulogy, Obsequies and Requiem for the planes of blue phosphor), the Angel of History (as described by Walter Benjamin) reflects on the PAL signal and its termination. This death sentence, although executed in silence, was a brutally violent act that left PAL disregarded and obsolete. While it might be argued that the PAL signal is dead, it still exists as a trace left upon the new, ‘better’ digital technologies. PAL can, even though the technology is terminated, be found here as a historical form that newer technologies build upon, in- herit or have appropriated from. Besides this, the Angel also realizes that the new DVB signal that has been chosen over PAL is different, but at the same time also inherently flawed as PAL.
In memory of PAL.
Shout outs to Secam and NTSC!
GIF By Number by Multimedia artist Joe Winograd, 2014
Digital stop-motion animation loop (GIF) for interactive use.
This was created in response to the Rhizome article CREATIVE 2 PROFESSIONAL by new media artist MichaelBell-Smith. Feel free to create your own GIF by following this color chart.