Re: [-empyre-] interactive video, a few works for Easter
Hi Nicolas -
I want to say what I appreciate most of all in your work is its dirtiness,
the ability to break through the clean and prper body (Krsteva) of the
interface itself, not with debris, but with content that relates for me,
more than anything, to experimental cinema and all that implies in terms
of film theory etc. Not only does the 'grain of the voice' come through,
but also the border's dissolved in a way that can only tend towards a
future of interactivity beyond the monitor etc. Of Vadim's work, I have
seen this in film itself...
On Thu, 24 Mar 2005, Nicolas Clauss wrote:
It seems that the list is on holliday (easter break I guess), I'll try to
contribute here in relation to the interactive video subject by invited you
to visit a few works.
the first one is a very last piece made with video I shot in Linz last fall
during the ars electronica festival where I was invited for somnambules.not.
It is not completed yet (the sound is not correct at the moment) and I'll
launch it sometime next week when I'm happy with the sound, but you can
have a look at picture (if you have a very fast computer, it works on my 1,5
Mhz speed pc but more is better). I guess it is what you could call
interactive video, I've tried here to make a kind of moving painting from
video where you use the mouse as a kind of digital brush.
Then I invite you to take a look at these two pieces about interactive
video, you can play and click on the stage and around the stage. The first,
Heritage (with sounds from Jean-Jacques Birge) you play with Georges Bush
son and father in a psychoanalytic nightmare if I can say.
The second, 3 studies show 3 short interactive movies.
and to finish I would like to introduce this work from a french young artist
called Vadim Bernard :
it is not really interactive but I find it very interesting as a video for
internet, the subject might not be the most interesting but the treatment is
I wish you all the best
WVU 2004 projects: http://www.as.wvu.edu/clcold/sondheim/
Trace projects http://trace.ntu.ac.uk/writers/sondheim/index.htm
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