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decodeunicode from Siri Poarangan on Vimeo.

decodeunicode the movie.

Since 2005 we showed a prototype of this film at the end of our talks. Some people suggested to put it online, so we made a new, complete one: it shows each and every Unicode 6.0 character. 109.242 characters in total.

Starring: 109.242 unicode characters
Editor: Johannes Bergerhausen
Design: Daniel A. Becker, Johannes Bergerhausen, Siri Poarangan, Wenzel S. Spingler, Mathias Wollin
Software Development: Daniel A. Becker
Sound: Roland Korg

decodeunicode.org
facebook.com/decodeunicode

All Unicode characters in one book:
typografie.de/Unsere-Buecher/Typografie/Johannes-Bergerhausen_Siri-Poarangan/Decodeunicode::1409.html
amazon.de/Decodeunicode-Schriftzeichen-Welt-Johannes-Bergerhausen/dp/3874398137
amazon.co.uk/Decodeunicode-Schriftzeichen-Welt-Johannes-Bergerhausen/dp/3874398137/ref=sr_1_86?ie=UTF8&qid=1343638189&sr=8-86

Ascension (2000) from Wadsworth Atheneum on Vimeo.

Bill Viola
Ascension, 2000
Video/sound installation
This clip is two minutes in length; the full running time of the actual installation is 10 minutes.
The Douglas Tracy Smith and Dorothy Potter Smith Fund, 2011.12.1

Breaking Bad // POV from kogonada on Vimeo.

Music: “Move” by Jonathan Elias

Barcelona Skyline from Marc Subirana on Vimeo.

We are proud to introduce this short video with a collection of aerial images filmed in Barcelona with a little drone. This video shows the magnificence of the buildings in Barcelona captured from a different point of view and offers the opportunity to see hidden details of Catalan architecture.

The images were taken by pumbaproduccions.com in collaboration with the innovative drones StartUp hemav.com from Barcelona, designed to provide civil services with UAV’s for different sectors, included film and advertising production of high safety and quality videos.

We are sure you’ll enjoy! Please watch in HD!

Music: Lady Labyrinth (Rework) - Ludovico Einaudi

Boss opening credits from Julio C. Piñeiro on Vimeo.

Opening credits for the Starz series Boss.

Property of Lionsgate Television and Starz Media LLC.

MAD//13 - Madrid Aerial Demo-Reel from cromatica45 on Vimeo.

ESP
Os presentamos nuestra nueva creación: un video de muestra sobre Madrid usando sólo planos aéreos de distintos puntos de la ciudad. Al usar nuestro equipo Phantom hemos podido acceder a lugares donde drone mayores habrían tenido más problemas.
Las posibilidades del vídeo aéreo son ilimitadas, y con el tiempo hemos sido capaces de realizar planos más complejos.
Si necesitas más información contacta con nosotros en info@cromatica45.com

EN
We introduce to you our new creation: a show reel of the Madrid City with only aerial footage from different places of the city. By using our DJI Phantom equipment we were able to flight in places were other bigger drones would have more problems.
The possibilities of aerial videography are endless, and gradualy we’ve learn to do more complex movements with our copter to create better recordings.
If you need more information contact us at info@cromatica45.com

"El Paso" scene in Breaking Bad plus the rest of it from Bonnie Rose on Vimeo.

When Stephen Colbert talked to Vince Gilligan about the song El Paso used in the season finale of Breaking Bad, he asked if Felina was Jesse or the blue meth, and Vince basically said Felina was the blue meth.. Viewed that way, the song El Paso matches up with not only the scene it was used in and the season finale, but the entire series. Or at least I was able to shoehorn it all in, I have no idea if this is how the creators meant any of this. So I put together the rest of it, just the way I saw it, to the whole song before and after the actual scene from the finale.

2014 - on fire from David Samuel Ares Esteve on Vimeo.

Feliz Navidad y Feliz Año Nuevo¡
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year¡
Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année!
2014

music / let the groove get in - justin timberlake
video / burning car - superflex / ein traum fon afrika - leni riefenstahl
stars / 2013-2014

MUSEO from Fundación Jumex on Vimeo.

En noviembre de 2013 se estrena el Museo Jumex, la nueva plataforma principal de Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo. Conoce el edificio y la visión de la fundación para esta sede.

The Museo Jumex opens in November 2013, taking its place as the new main platform of Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo. Get a preview of the building and the foundation’s plans for this site.

Producción: Buró-Buró
Realización: Inbox Films
Música original: Dario González Valderrama

Pencil / Think With Your Hands from FiftyThree on Vimeo.

Great tools inspire great ideas. Pencil is the most natural and expressive tool for getting ideas on Paper. Advanced technology meets beautiful design to keep you in the flow, without needing to switch tools. With Erase, Blend, and adaptive Palm Rejection, Pencil puts creative possibility in your hands.

Learn more about Pencil: fiftythree.com/pencil
Download Paper: itunes.apple.com/us/app/paper-by-fiftythree/id506003812?mt=8

Director: Andrew S Allen
Editing & Post Production: Kristofer Martin

Original Score: Patrick Cannell (patrickcannell.com)
Recording & Mastering: Jeremy Sklarsky (jeremysklarsky.com)
Cellist: Dave Eggar (facebook.com/daveeggar)
Recorded at Threshold Studios (thresholdstudios.com)

Music Supervision: Good Ear Music Supervision (goodear.tv)

Production: Allen Lau, Amy Cao, Denis Kovacs, KJ Chun, Jason Sondhi, Tara Feener

Special Thanks:
Chana Lee Mitty, Jen Mussari, and Amit Pitaru

folds | installation documentation | lindenau museum altenburg, germany | robert seidel | 2011 from Robert Seidel on Vimeo.

robertseidel.com/folds.225.0.html
FOLDS
Robert Seidel

Lindenau Museum / Altenburg, Germany
18.6.–14.8.2011
lindenau-museum.de

// Installation
2-channel video, HD, variable loop on 19th century plaster casts of Kladeos, Kephissos, Belvedere Torso, Seer and the Three Goddesses from the Bernhard August von Lindenau Collection
// Dimension: 7,2 × 1,9 × 2,4 m

// Part of Focus Young Art. 2011
A regional exhibition programme of the Juergen Ponto Foundation for promotion of Young Artists, Frankfurt am Main / juergen-ponto-stiftung.de

Documentation Editor Falk Müller
Documentation Sound Heiko Tippelt
Photography Jürgen M. Pietsch, Christian Seeling

// Artist Statement
The work folds for the Lindenau Museum (Altenburg, Germany) may be understood as a rapprochement with the history of the museum’s collection of plaster casts. I was particularly interested in the ancient, fragmented bodies – how through the loss of limbs they became almost abstract, fragmentary sculptures and yet still disclosed a nearly uncanny vitality. Also noteworthy is that the collection entails sculptures, Greek in origin, that have been replicated time and time again. Hewn from marble and partially painted in color, the originals were repeatedly copied in marble or plaster in different places across centuries, despoiled of color and slurred in detail.

Despite these multiple re-shapings that attend the loss of the original’s memory, new meanings and frictions arise with each copy in each respective present. They are the precondition for over 2400 years of the ongoing revitalization of the legacy of antiquity. The fold, a continually recurring visual and conceptual motif in my works, is for me the pictorial metaphor for these layers and distortions of meaning. In the projection the fold becomes connected to the fragmentary sculptures, swirls around them, makes them flow with bygone colors, protects or clothes them, gives them peace and lets them come alive for a moment, in order then to be stored as a further layer in the sediment of oblivion.

// Monographic Catalog available
FOLDS, Robert Seidel, Lindenau Museum Altenburg, ISBN 978-3-86104-070-0

robertseidel.com

Michael Rakowitz: Return from Smart Museum of Art on Vimeo.

Michael Rakowitz talks about Return, a project where he re-opened his grandfather’s import-export business in order to import Iraqi dates.

Learn more about Feast at smartmuseum.uchicago.edu/exhibitions/feast.

decodeunicode from Siri Poarangan on Vimeo.

decodeunicode the movie.

Since 2005 we showed a prototype of this film at the end of our talks. Some people suggested to put it online, so we made a new, complete one: it shows each and every Unicode 6.0 character. 109.242 characters in total.

Starring: 109.242 unicode characters
Editor: Johannes Bergerhausen
Design: Daniel A. Becker, Johannes Bergerhausen, Siri Poarangan, Wenzel S. Spingler, Mathias Wollin
Software Development: Daniel A. Becker
Sound: Roland Korg

decodeunicode.org
facebook.com/decodeunicode

All Unicode characters in one book:
typografie.de/Unsere-Buecher/Typografie/Johannes-Bergerhausen_Siri-Poarangan/Decodeunicode::1409.html
amazon.de/Decodeunicode-Schriftzeichen-Welt-Johannes-Bergerhausen/dp/3874398137
amazon.co.uk/Decodeunicode-Schriftzeichen-Welt-Johannes-Bergerhausen/dp/3874398137/ref=sr_1_86?ie=UTF8&qid=1343638189&sr=8-86

Ascension (2000) from Wadsworth Atheneum on Vimeo.

Bill Viola
Ascension, 2000
Video/sound installation
This clip is two minutes in length; the full running time of the actual installation is 10 minutes.
The Douglas Tracy Smith and Dorothy Potter Smith Fund, 2011.12.1

Breaking Bad // POV from kogonada on Vimeo.

Music: “Move” by Jonathan Elias

Barcelona Skyline from Marc Subirana on Vimeo.

We are proud to introduce this short video with a collection of aerial images filmed in Barcelona with a little drone. This video shows the magnificence of the buildings in Barcelona captured from a different point of view and offers the opportunity to see hidden details of Catalan architecture.

The images were taken by pumbaproduccions.com in collaboration with the innovative drones StartUp hemav.com from Barcelona, designed to provide civil services with UAV’s for different sectors, included film and advertising production of high safety and quality videos.

We are sure you’ll enjoy! Please watch in HD!

Music: Lady Labyrinth (Rework) - Ludovico Einaudi

Boss opening credits from Julio C. Piñeiro on Vimeo.

Opening credits for the Starz series Boss.

Property of Lionsgate Television and Starz Media LLC.

MAD//13 - Madrid Aerial Demo-Reel from cromatica45 on Vimeo.

ESP
Os presentamos nuestra nueva creación: un video de muestra sobre Madrid usando sólo planos aéreos de distintos puntos de la ciudad. Al usar nuestro equipo Phantom hemos podido acceder a lugares donde drone mayores habrían tenido más problemas.
Las posibilidades del vídeo aéreo son ilimitadas, y con el tiempo hemos sido capaces de realizar planos más complejos.
Si necesitas más información contacta con nosotros en info@cromatica45.com

EN
We introduce to you our new creation: a show reel of the Madrid City with only aerial footage from different places of the city. By using our DJI Phantom equipment we were able to flight in places were other bigger drones would have more problems.
The possibilities of aerial videography are endless, and gradualy we’ve learn to do more complex movements with our copter to create better recordings.
If you need more information contact us at info@cromatica45.com

"El Paso" scene in Breaking Bad plus the rest of it from Bonnie Rose on Vimeo.

When Stephen Colbert talked to Vince Gilligan about the song El Paso used in the season finale of Breaking Bad, he asked if Felina was Jesse or the blue meth, and Vince basically said Felina was the blue meth.. Viewed that way, the song El Paso matches up with not only the scene it was used in and the season finale, but the entire series. Or at least I was able to shoehorn it all in, I have no idea if this is how the creators meant any of this. So I put together the rest of it, just the way I saw it, to the whole song before and after the actual scene from the finale.

2014 - on fire from David Samuel Ares Esteve on Vimeo.

Feliz Navidad y Feliz Año Nuevo¡
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year¡
Joyeux Noël et Bonne Année!
2014

music / let the groove get in - justin timberlake
video / burning car - superflex / ein traum fon afrika - leni riefenstahl
stars / 2013-2014

MUSEO from Fundación Jumex on Vimeo.

En noviembre de 2013 se estrena el Museo Jumex, la nueva plataforma principal de Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo. Conoce el edificio y la visión de la fundación para esta sede.

The Museo Jumex opens in November 2013, taking its place as the new main platform of Fundación Jumex Arte Contemporáneo. Get a preview of the building and the foundation’s plans for this site.

Producción: Buró-Buró
Realización: Inbox Films
Música original: Dario González Valderrama

Pencil / Think With Your Hands from FiftyThree on Vimeo.

Great tools inspire great ideas. Pencil is the most natural and expressive tool for getting ideas on Paper. Advanced technology meets beautiful design to keep you in the flow, without needing to switch tools. With Erase, Blend, and adaptive Palm Rejection, Pencil puts creative possibility in your hands.

Learn more about Pencil: fiftythree.com/pencil
Download Paper: itunes.apple.com/us/app/paper-by-fiftythree/id506003812?mt=8

Director: Andrew S Allen
Editing & Post Production: Kristofer Martin

Original Score: Patrick Cannell (patrickcannell.com)
Recording & Mastering: Jeremy Sklarsky (jeremysklarsky.com)
Cellist: Dave Eggar (facebook.com/daveeggar)
Recorded at Threshold Studios (thresholdstudios.com)

Music Supervision: Good Ear Music Supervision (goodear.tv)

Production: Allen Lau, Amy Cao, Denis Kovacs, KJ Chun, Jason Sondhi, Tara Feener

Special Thanks:
Chana Lee Mitty, Jen Mussari, and Amit Pitaru

folds | installation documentation | lindenau museum altenburg, germany | robert seidel | 2011 from Robert Seidel on Vimeo.

robertseidel.com/folds.225.0.html
FOLDS
Robert Seidel

Lindenau Museum / Altenburg, Germany
18.6.–14.8.2011
lindenau-museum.de

// Installation
2-channel video, HD, variable loop on 19th century plaster casts of Kladeos, Kephissos, Belvedere Torso, Seer and the Three Goddesses from the Bernhard August von Lindenau Collection
// Dimension: 7,2 × 1,9 × 2,4 m

// Part of Focus Young Art. 2011
A regional exhibition programme of the Juergen Ponto Foundation for promotion of Young Artists, Frankfurt am Main / juergen-ponto-stiftung.de

Documentation Editor Falk Müller
Documentation Sound Heiko Tippelt
Photography Jürgen M. Pietsch, Christian Seeling

// Artist Statement
The work folds for the Lindenau Museum (Altenburg, Germany) may be understood as a rapprochement with the history of the museum’s collection of plaster casts. I was particularly interested in the ancient, fragmented bodies – how through the loss of limbs they became almost abstract, fragmentary sculptures and yet still disclosed a nearly uncanny vitality. Also noteworthy is that the collection entails sculptures, Greek in origin, that have been replicated time and time again. Hewn from marble and partially painted in color, the originals were repeatedly copied in marble or plaster in different places across centuries, despoiled of color and slurred in detail.

Despite these multiple re-shapings that attend the loss of the original’s memory, new meanings and frictions arise with each copy in each respective present. They are the precondition for over 2400 years of the ongoing revitalization of the legacy of antiquity. The fold, a continually recurring visual and conceptual motif in my works, is for me the pictorial metaphor for these layers and distortions of meaning. In the projection the fold becomes connected to the fragmentary sculptures, swirls around them, makes them flow with bygone colors, protects or clothes them, gives them peace and lets them come alive for a moment, in order then to be stored as a further layer in the sediment of oblivion.

// Monographic Catalog available
FOLDS, Robert Seidel, Lindenau Museum Altenburg, ISBN 978-3-86104-070-0

robertseidel.com

Michael Rakowitz: Return from Smart Museum of Art on Vimeo.

Michael Rakowitz talks about Return, a project where he re-opened his grandfather’s import-export business in order to import Iraqi dates.

Learn more about Feast at smartmuseum.uchicago.edu/exhibitions/feast.

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