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Roy Lichtenstein’s Three Landscapes

View (shaky) excerpt on youtube - but you get the idea of how magnificent the imagery and the relationship between each screen in the installation.

"Three Landscapes, a little-known triple screen film installation by Roy Lichtenstein, unseen since its showing at the Los Angeles County Museum in 1971 as part of the groundbreaking exhibition Art and Technology. The result of a short residency at Universal Studios in Hollywood, the films, newly restored by the Whitney on their original 35mm format, are testimony to Lichtenstein’s experimentation with form and his fascination with cinema."
Source: youtube excerpt description from above

Currently showing (January 2012) at Whitney Museum of American Art
Quote review by Maika Pollack from this website below
"An installation of three silent, one-minute films byRoy Lichtensteingives a rare glimpse into the Pop artist’s experiments in…
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“Beneath the Snow – Piovono Ombre” - Gothic Project

The Gothic Multimedia Project announce their latest multimedia opus project entitled “Beneath the Snow – Piovono Ombre” (“Piovono Ombre” meaning “It Rains Shadows” in Italian). It is an interactive movie featuring musical, artistic and lyrical contents and it's the fruit of the complex work of a team of 28 musicians, artists, actors, graphics, technicians who collaborated under the direction of James Maximilian Jason and David Bosch.

The film itself is partly comprised of musical-art tracks and partly of dialogues in Italian with English subtitles. The 32-page booklet, depicting the whole work as well as the single stories within the main story, is entirely in English. Here you can see the trailer. It is officially released on May 28, 2016: 

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A Digital Choir - The Forty Part Motet

SFMOMA On the Go programming concludes with the California debut of Janet Cardiff’s immersive sound installation The Forty Part Motet, co-presented with the Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. November 14, 2015 – January 18, 2016

See: SFMOMA website:


"The digital choir swells and the room floods with relaxation. Male and female voices ring out in a swirling chord as loud as if the singers were standing where the speakers are placed. Then a sudden rest pierces the room with startling silence."

"The 40 Part Motet, currently on display at Fort Mason Center until January 18, is a rare mixture of musical performance and physical art installation. It straddles not just definition but also affect. Close your eyes and it’s virtual reality for the ears, revealing what it’s like to be in the midst …

Interview by Derivative with Kinetic Lights Christopher Bauder

Derivative interviews Christopher Bauder of Kinetic Lights System.

"Brainchild of Christopher Bauder, the modular Kinetic Light System is an award-winning product embedding TouchDesigner which choreographs and moves not just light and pixels but actual physical objects, high above one’s head via steel wire and powered cable DMX winches to which large arrays of light elements are tethered."

Example Installation: The Vodafone stand at the CeBIT 2015

Kinetic Lights Sculpture with DMX winches and LED triangle lights for Vodafone @ IFA 2015 Eurovision from WHITEvoid on Vimeo.

"The Vodafone stand at the CeBIT 2015 features a monumental light installation composed of 600 static Rod Lights arranged with our new Space Frame system and powered by Driver LED controllers. The complex 3D structure is complimented by 150 Pixel Line LED strips integrated in the floor."

The National Concert Hall, Dublin - RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and So Percussion: Lang - man made, John Luther Adams - Become Ocean. David Lang's Festival of Music

David Lang's Festival of Music.

The National Concert Hall, Dublin - RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and So Percussion: Lang - man made, John Luther Adams - Become Ocean.

David Lang's Festival of Music.

I am invited to this concert Friday 6th March, 2015.

The National Concert Hall, Dublin - RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and So Percussion: Lang - man made, John Luther Adams - Become Ocean. David Lang's Festival of Music

Hear on youtube: John Luther Adams: Become Ocean

Animation about: Edmund Burke and the sublime

History of Ideas Short animations to explain some big questions around freewill, beauty and good and evil. "A fresh take on the History of Ideas as big subjects like beauty, freedom, technology and morality get dissected by a team of thinkers. Philosophers, theologians, lawyers, Neuroscientists, historians and mathematicians join Melvyn Bragg to present a history in many voices."

See link to all animations in the series

Example Animation

Edmund Burke and the sublime

"Some things that move us are beautiful, others are sublime. But the sublime moves us more profoundly than the beautiful. See how Edmund Burke tied the experience of the sublime to the possibility of pain and how the idea went on to influence the artistic Romanticism movement. Voiced by Harry Shearer. Scripted by Nigel Warburton."


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Theatre of Speaking Objects - Project Arts Centre, Dublin

Interesting exhibition taking place in the Project Arts Centre in Dublin, Ireland called "The Theatre of Speaking Objects", even the title is so evocative.

The Theatre of Speaking Objects by Czech artist Eva Kotátková 

"Theatre of Speaking Objects knits together extraordinary, poignant and personal accounts of complex relationships with language. Eva Koťátková has gathered stories and remembrances from around the world, and located them within a cast of used objects and therapeutic props, things that are used to speak for the subjects – subjects who sometimes cannot speak for themselves – becoming mediators and containers for human voices and personal stories."

You can check out some more information in relation to the project at the following url:

Links and Resources - September 2013

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