All articles tagged: blender

Transmissions from the Technological Sublime, Highway to nowhere

32-bit Noir – Michael Trommer’s Transmissions from the Technological Sublime

Transmissions from the Technological Sublime is a panoramic multimedia installation that depicts a nocturnal landscape of non-place populated by infrastructure rather than people. Hatched as a MFA thesis project within OCAD University’s integrated media program by Toronto’s Michael Trommer, the audiovisual piece renders highways, shipping channels, airports, and office parks as uncanny interstitial zones of contemplation.

It’s You, All the Universe is Full of the Lives… [Unity, openFrameworks]

‘It’s You’ and ‘All the Universe is Full of the Lives of Perfect Creatures’ are two most recent projects by Karolina Sobecka, previously a Creative Director at The Ebeling Group’s motion graphic studio Convert, now one of the founding members of Flighphase. Two projects shown here were created combining Unity and openFrameworks, exploring one to one relationship between […]

Dokfest Forest Identity [Processing]

For the 26th edition of the Kassel Documentary Film and Video Festival, FIELD designed an identity based on the festival’s film submission database. Set in a thick and obscure forest like the wooded surroundings of Kassel, the colourful spheres form a sculptural representation of the programme – each of them represents a film, video, or […]