domenica 31 maggio 2015

Cartolina da Bruxelles

Anche in questo caso l'intenzione è stata quella di fermare il tempo, di fissare qualcosa che sarebbe altrimenti scomparso. I bimbi inglesi che vedete nella foto di Robert Frank potrebbero avere oggi l'età dei vostri nonni, dato che avevano sette o otto anni nel 1951. Il fotografo sceglie un angolo, un'inquadratura, non può rappresentare il mondo intero, coglie una posa esattamente come farebbe un pittore. Ma utilizza un'istantanea, 1/50 o 1/125 di secondo, un'unità di tempo minima, neppure paragonabile alla durata di un lavoro pittorico.

Jean-Cristophe Bailly, Le Temps Fixé
(traduzione personale)

Lori Vrba










more Lori Vrba HERE and HERE

venerdì 29 maggio 2015

Nuggets



Script, direction, animation: Andreas Hykade

Tomasz Zaczeniuk








http://www.fotowizjer.net/

Polluted Art :: Gilberto Esparza's Fuel Cell Symphony



Gilberto Esparza's Auto-Photosynthetic Plants is an experiment that uses microbial fuel cells to create sound and energy from water samples collected from urban spaces. Watch to hear what Esparza -- and the fuel cells - have to say.
Read more about Gilberto at Lincoln.com/ReimagineProject

Eric Antoine










more Eric Antoine HERE

giovedì 28 maggio 2015

The Well Tempered Clavier



In 1722, Johann Sebastian Bach began one of his most ambitious works: a 24-part comprehensive guide to the keyboard, demonstrating the musical qualities of every major and minor key. The first part, C Major, saw Bach create two masterful compositions that explore musical structure in very different ways.
This film draws inspiration from minimalist sculpture and graphical notation, an alternative to traditional sheet music notation that evolved in the 1950s and often involves abstract symbols and experimental visual codes.
Commissioned by Sinfini: sinfinimusic.com
Created by Alan Warburton: alanwarburton.co.uk

Sarah Eisenlohr





http://saraheisenlohr.com/

FFS ♫ Johnny Delusional



Directors : AB/CD/CD
starring Sparks, Franz Ferdinand and Anna Carradice

Do Ho Suh :: Installations













Korean artist Do Ho Suh draws attention to the ways viewers occupy and inhabit public space. Interested in the malleability of space in both its physical and metaphorical manifestations, Suh constructs site-specific installations that question the boundaries of identity. His work explores the relation between individuality, collectivity, and anonymity (Miwon Kwon - The Other Otherness: The Art of Do Ho Suh).
This film shows some of Suh's artworks displayed in the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan. The exhibition was titled PERFECT HOME.