from Raven Kwok
1194D is originally a tweak of 115C8 (vimeo.com/45569702), one of my “Algorithmic Creature” series based on recursive triangle subdivision. The idea and complexity of the work started to go beyond the initial expectation after I decided to experiment with multiple “creatures” co-existing within the environment. So I created this grid with regular tetrahedron as its unit cell, put these triangle-based “creatures” into this environment and tested their mutation and combination in various ways.
The entire work is programmed and generated in Processing, with a few scenes using some blur and blend modes in Premiere during composition stage.
The soundtrack is “mac os and windows (re:interpretation)” by +
Update Feb.05, 2014:2nd Prize for Reykjavik Visual Music Punto y Raya Festival 2014
Employing Jesse Kanda’s signature liquid textures and mutating figures, “Fluid Silhouettes” explores the experimental forms of our Spring 14 collections. Genderless bodies shift in shape and proportion, morphing into abstract translations of key men’s and womenswear silhouettes. In sync with producer Arca’s dystopian electronic soundtrack, their fluid transitions capture Spring’s forward-looking take on androgyny.
Sinjin Hawke and L-Vis 1990 present the latest in the Fractal Fantasy series, “Flash Alert”.
18F44 is a further study based on EDF0 [vimeo.com/43752422], the recursive structure was first extended to three dimensional protrusion based on a regular hexagon as 18F44 demo [vimeo.com/52062612]. In this version, the base regular hexagon is replaced by a group of six intersecting planes to provide more complexity. In addition, I create a more flexible controlling mechanism which allows me to separately play with each child on each level of the structure. You can see processes of “growth”, “mutation”,”protrusion” and “disintegration” in this movie clip demonstration.
The whole visual image is generated real-time in Processing.
My friend and collaborator, Wack Wang [wackwang.com], composed this amazing soundtrack for this piece of work.
This video is an artistic interpretation of the tune “Flower Of Destruction #4”. The tune is taken from Felix K’s debut album “Flowers Of Destruction” that is released by Hidden Hawaii LTD. Music: (c) Hidden Hawaii 2013http://www.discogs.com/Felix-K-Flower…Video: (c) Sebastian Manger 2013 The video work was created from randomly taken material from the internet. § 24 UrhG applies.
The Filmmaker-Artist’s Unique Take on His Laser-Fueled Robo-Sex Ballet.
A film by Chris Cunningham chriscunningham.com/