Tuesday, July 26, 2011
Sunday, July 24, 2011
Monday, July 18, 2011
Exquisite Chain reaction is an animation inspired off of the old surrealist drawing game, Exquisite Corpse.
The rules were...
SOMEONE CREATED 5 SECS OF ANIMATION, STOP-MOTION OR VIDEO & PASSED IT TO SOMEONE ELSE. THEN, THE PERSON THAT RECEIVED THE VIDEO HAD TO CONTINUE FROM THE LAST SCENE OF THE PREVIOUS PERSON AND MAKE ANOTHER 5 SECS. AFTER THAT PERSON FINISHED 5 SECS, THEY ALSO PASSED IT TO SOMEONE ELSE AND THE WHOLE PROCESS REPEATED ITSELF 23 TIMES. THE END RESULT BECAME ONE LARGE SURPRISE DO TO THE FACT THAT ALL PARTICIPANTS DURING THE PROCESS ONLY KNEW WHAT THEIR PIECE AND THE PIECE BEFORE THEIRS LOOKED LIKE.
(Artists were able to use any mediums... Traditional Animation, Cel Animation, 3D Animation, Film, Live Action, Claymation, Stop Motion, Motion Graphics, Processing, Feedback, Datamoshing, etc..)
CHAIN REACTION SET OFF BY KALIPTUS
Scene 01 - Kaliptus
Scene 02 - Mani C. Price
Scene 03 - Jason D. Price
Scene 04 - Jelani Gould-Bailey
Scene 05 - Nash Day
Scene 06 - Alexandre Fedorintchik
Scene 07 - Taili Wu
Scene 08 - Promiscuous Joe
Scene 09 - Rita Sa
Scene 10 - Doug O' Neil
Scene 11 - Saquedon
Scene 12 - Arlington Cruz
Scene 13 - Stieg Retlin
Scene 14 - Jainai Jeffries
Scene 15 - Adam Weinberg
Scene 16 - Talar Arous
Scene 17 - Sut Pilak
Scene 18 - Jacob Rendell
Scene 19 - Daniel Forgue
Scene 20 - Stefan Gosiewski
Scene 21 - Aghori Christ
Scene 22 - Salma Jane
Scene 23 - Mani & Jason
Saturday, July 16, 2011
Your worst monster-mare come true…
This loop was created for July 2011's loopdeloop.org/
The theme is "monsters" and was selected to be screened in Melbourne, Australia.
Click below to check out my monsters loop
Click below to check out all loops
“Envision this as if Salvador Dali were to throw a pool party in France”, describes Sally Golan. “I want people to swim through a fusion of magic and enchantment and really lose themselves in out little world”. With an electric violin performance, Elixirs of lust sponsored by Voli Light Vodka 200 blue rubber duckies floating in a pool sponsored by United Print Group, a huge surreal purple tree drooping with flowers sponsored by Celadon and Celery Events and House music beats spun by sexy female DJ DJ Heather M, Social Exposure is sure to achieve that.
The four hand picked artists chosen to feature work especially for the event are: Katerina Gubina, Ryan V Brennan, Nick Hayes and Kaliptus Arts. They have been given the task of creating a “fantasy and dream like world’’ by transforming the indoor pool of the Grace Hotel into Salvador’s Dali’s man cave. “I am giving them complete freedom. I said ‘I like your work. Here’s the venue. Now GO’. And we will see what happens”…. Sally exclaims. One thing that is guaranteed: All senses will be explored and people will not know what to do with themselves.
We will be featured in the WEEKENDER SECTION of URBAN DADDY which means MILLIONS of hits!
Other press includes:
URBAN DADDY MAGAZINE
NEW YORK MAGAZINE
MANHATTAN MEDIA/ NY PRESS/ CITY ARTS MAGAZINE
Click here for Digital Promo
Click here for Short Description of Event
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Also check out the awesome venue!
Hope you can make it!
After the screening Megan announced our two finalists, Nathanael Scott for ‘highest average score’ and Kaliptus Arts for ‘highest number of ratings’. Their animations were shown again and the audience vote declared Nathanael as our official OPPOSITES WINNER.
But I still got a cool prize!
Please click below for more info.
Click below to watch Runner Up "Opposites" Loop again.