COLLECTIVE CREATURE is an evolving series of video artist statements featuring creatures and the things they make & do.
Golden Sweet is a painter / animator / modern day wizard / psychic living in Boston, MA. She was born in Istanbul, Turkey under the name Melike Koçak which means “brave queen” but chose Golden Sweet as her brush name, and Pope Queen as her name in the psychic world. She came to the United States to study painting and animation at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Golden Sweet is a prolific young artist, whose original work references a fusion of Ottoman miniature paintings, Anime and Sci-fi.
It took almost a year to arrange to interview and photograph Edward Snowden in Moscow, where he has sought asylum. Author James Bamford and photographer Platon reflect back on their encounters with the elusive whistleblower.
Editor in Chief - Scott Dadich
Creative Director - Billy Sorrentino
Director of Photography - Patrick Witty
One Glass Productions
Editing - Sowjanya Kudva
Music - Julia Kent
My cover of Gravel Pit by Wu-Tang!
A series of 6 animations were originally made for the graphic festival Beyonderground.
The movies served as inbetween animations to announce the start of each lecture at the festival.
Although Beyonderground is about graphic design and illustration, it also focuses on the relation between music and graphics. This approach inspired me to make these animated musical interludes (based on the overload of unnecessary covers you find on youtube).
• Directed, designed and animated by Kristof Luyckx
Animations for tv-show ‘Het Beloofde Land’ on één (Belgian tv channel), about the elections.
• Client: VRT
• Production: VRT
• Live action director: Kristiaan Vanhalle
• Animation director: Kristof Luyckx
• Animation & Design: Kristof Luyckx
HNN “Je pars” (Gregg Anthe / Emmanuelle Desmonts-Roudgé)
LP 12” “L’île Nue” (La Forme Lente) available worldwide. Distributed by The Wool-E-Shop (BE) : firstname.lastname@example.org
Also available on iTunes: bit.ly/1kKnXXG
Juno Records: juno.co.uk/products/hnn-lile-nue/537018-01/
and all good legal music downloading platforms)
Ryan Fox is the sole creator and owner of this footage. Any use of this footage without my permission is prohibited. All other names, identities, and email addresses claiming this footage as their own should be ignored.
As always, contact me with any questions, inquiries, or general ranting at email@example.com.
Official music video by JAY-JAY JOHANSON / COINCIDENCE (REMIX).
Jay-Jay Johanson has released a remix for the latest single ‘Coincidence’. The original song features on the album ‘Cockroach’.
Video director / Ekaterina Bazhenova
Starring / Ekaterina Pronina
A collaboration with Snibbe Interactive and Björk on concert visuals for the Biophilia tour. Cymatic patterns were synced to the basslines of songs and played as introductions. Video was designed to be projected on the floor so as to give the appearance that Björk stands on a large cymatic device. In some cases, the projections occurred on backdrop screens.
This work was debuted at the Manchester International Festival on June 30th, 2011. The program can be found at: bjork.fr/IMG/pdf/bjork-mif-booklet.pdf. The announcement from Snibbe Interactive is here: snibbeinteractive.com/blog/2011/07/12/biophilia/
For the best listening experience, please wear headphones: the low bass that the patterns are synced to doesn’t read well on most laptop speakers.
Concept by Björk
Produced by Snibbe Interactive.
Director of Photography and Editing: Noah Cunningham
Assistant Director of Photography: Elia Vargas
Project Manager: Sharon Hibbert
Production Assistant:Sharon Pieczenik
Special Thanks to:
Here are two different melodies played one after the other, immediately followed by them both at once. What do you hear when they are played together?
On its own, neither melody gives the impression of an ascending or descending pattern. When the two melodies are played together however, most people hear this combination as being two scales that either ascend or descend in unison together.
Our brain groups sounds according to similar characteristics. When there are multiple ways to group something, a further hierarchy sets in. In this case, the close proximity of interleaved pitches between the parts takes precedence over individual melodies, creating the illusion of a third melodic trajectory. Interestingly, this illusion continues to occur over headphones when the two parts are simultaneously introduced, one to each ear.
This video is the second part in a new series of auditory illusion demonstrations adapted for musical instruments and voice. Some of this work appeared originally in a performance at Davies Symphony Hall for Pop-Up Magazine.
The Scale Illusion was discovered by Diana Deutsch.
Recorded by: Jeremy Harris and Meara O’Reilly
Performed by: Andrew Maguire
Animation: Isaiah Saxon
Kids! Mix animals, mix syllables.
Parents! Over 1000 unique combinations filled with handcrafted animations and sounds.
GET THE APP HERE: itunes.apple.com/app/drawnimal/id829623705?ls=1&mt=8
Discover the secrets of the green kingdom! Explore the world’s biomes in this interactive diorama: conduct the seasons, rule the weather, ignite a wildfire, and burrow down with critters and roots. Temperate forest and desert biomes are featured in the first release of Plants. Buy now and get the next two biomes—tundra and temperate grasslands—for free when they’re released.
Get Plants on the App Store: itunes.apple.com/us/app/plants-by-tinybop/id872615882?ls=1&mt=8&ct=vi
Plants is the second app in the Explorer’s Library, a series of playscapes that spark discovery and deeper understanding of the world. Tinybop’s award-winning first app, The Human Body, reached the #1 spot on the App Store’s education charts in 143 countries and was named one of the App Store’s Best of 2013.
Video captured directly from Plants by Tinybop.
Directed, shot, and edited by Wild Combination: wildcombination.com
Sound design by Tinybop
A Collaborative 3D Drawing App by Adarsh Kosuru & Alon Chitayat
Director Of Photography: Roy Rochlin
Music: Garden City Movement - Move On
The App uses Processing on Android and connects multiple devices using Web-sockets.
The App was developed at the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), NYU.
Instructor : Shawn Van Every
for more info visit:
A shriek echoes from behind the apple stand in the Harris Teeter of Cary, NC. A little boy emerges, two half-eaten apples in hand. He seems to be looking right through his mother as she tries to take away the apples. His hands convulse and distort as he leaps up in the air and begins to run down the aisle. The boy’s name is Marcus O’Loughlin and he was diagnosed with severe autism at age three. In the five years since his diagnosis, his mother, Erin O’Loughlin has worried, as many parents do, about his future. He is fully dependent on her care, but she and her husband will not always be there to provide for him.
“We know in our hearts that our son is going to need assistance for the rest of his life,” Erin said. “Autism does not stop at age 18, it is not something you grow out of.”
In North Carolina, one in every 70 children is diagnosed with autism. This statistic is increasing and, on a national scale, has already reached one in every 88 children. In the next decade, these children will become adults who are expected to contribute to society. Because autism diagnoses are placed on a spectrum, there will be a few who will be able to maintain menial jobs, but most will not even be able to care for themselves as their parents and caretakers age.
“Oftentimes my son will retreat into his own little world when he becomes over-stimulated,” Erin said. “I never know what is going to set him off.”