Field. Interim Camp

Field Interim Camp experimental generative animation

pebbledash gallery london, 2010

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Expanded Cinema  Len Lye Gene YoungBlood Terry riley Name June paik Stan Brakage The Whitney Brothers Stan van der Beek …as Roy Ascott points, to implement our nervous system into universal system. It is a Relational Aesthetic, not politicised, about New Media. How post-capitalism potential will solve risky economy based in obsolete system? Field is Digital Aesthetics. Working with Source Code, Maps and Cartographies, its tools are 3D Modelling programs Processing Open frameworks; they define their work as a complex process and formed by multiple phases. Glacial Shapes as a regard from the past time. Multiple, complex and fractal Shapes fusing the rhizome nude with the Fractal, approaching to Abstraction (like in Palazuelo, Spanish pilot and painter from Spanish Civil War). It also looks like to the Abstract Sculpture generation, influenced by the bloc, as in Chillida works. Using imaginary altogether with algorithm or trigonometry of multiple shapes are approaching to modeling in architecture. It Narrative achieves the abstraction of creative process, in general, in a sort of Abstract Dynamism. Are Marcus Wendt & Vera-Maria Glahn. Germany. Hesse Region Government Grant. Interim Camp Experimental Generative Animation 13:00min, HD720p Poor visibility; weather again unsettled today. Surreal rocks and river lowlands, valleys fog-shrouded. Frightening depths and emptiness. Rarity of air is noticeable. What are you looking for in this hostile stretch? A meditation about the pursuit of an idea; about obstacles, struggle and failure along the way.

Field – Interim Camp

The scenes of Interim Camp were composed from the perspective of a wanderer, whose path becomes more challenging with every step, with every day he or she spends in this area. In fact, the physical and mental strains affecting the body on a mountain hike can lead to vertigo, altitude sickness, displaced perception, and hallucinations.

Besides the increasing morphing of the landscape, the coloration of the film plays an important role in representing this physical and mental condition of the invisible protagonist, in whose position we place the visitor. Scene by scene was colourised in post-production with the help of dynamically changing colour palettes.

Musician and composer Arran Poole worked on the soundtrack in a parallel process. He layered noises, drones and rhythmical patterns to relate to the vastness and abstractness of the scenery. Weaved in field recordings of foot steps, breathing and unfamiliar sound events support the narrative of the film.

Interim Camp was supported by:
Hessisches Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst

Sam Britton The evening will also feature a performance from electronic musician Sam Britton Sam trained as an architect at the Architectural Association in London, but took up music full time after securing a recording contract as an undergraduate. Since 1997 he has recorded and released music for a number of independent electronic music labels in the UK and the US (Output Recordings, Temporary Residence, Domino and The Leaf Label) to significant critical acclaim and continues to perform as Icarus (with Ollie Bown) all over Europe. In 2006 he completed a masters course in electronic music and composition at IRCAM in Paris and he is currently researching a PhD in composition under the supervision of Richard Barrett at Brunel University.
Martin Hampton Video Traum 15:55min Idea arbol como lugar de conocimiento. O Arbol como cartografia, un mapa abstracto, una disposicion de linias y puntos sobre el mapa. Una estetica Posterior al pliegue. Era Digital.

este mes en the foundry el mejor hack lab de Londres NOISE=NOISE presents THE BASEMENT SERIES presentations and demonstrations of noise, static,flickers and sculpture every Wednesday throughout August at The Foundry.7pm – close 5th, 12th, 19th, 26th August.

Other exhibitions at  Pebbledash Galleryexhibition July 31, 2009Infinite Livez

Performance  August 28, 2009

Vertical Form

Tom Richards & Alex Thomas

Alex Thomas and Tom Richards present once more their unusual and unpredictable DJ set up. Richards’ Polyrhythmic musical switchgear with Thomas’ hand crafted records. For more info follow the link…

Performance 9 October, 2009


UForce and Exhibit X present an evening of improvised experimental sound work from Norway and the Netherlands. Tapes, strings, contact mics and found objects coalesce into hypnotic drones and free-form instant compositions. This date is part of Bjerga, Rostad and de Turck’s UK tour.



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