The UMW Media Wall artists for the month of March are Leslie Supnet, Lauren Cook, David Fodel, and Jin Kyu Ahn.
PXXXL – Lauren Cook
Using century old technology, PXXXL creates digital glitch from analogue process. It was animated directly on the celluloid without a camera, in a darkroom, using lights, objects, and handmade lenses.
Nimitta – David Fodel
A realtime animation work that mainfests according to a predetermined set of relationships between sonic and computational processes, but which unfolds differently each time it is performed. This video is one such performance. A set of rules, and an emergent “sign”, struggling it seems to come into its own, to become a form, simultaneously pulling, stretching, expanding, in-forming. Geometric operators create the visual ouput in real time as they viewer imagines the “soundtrack” that generated it.
Second Sun – Leslie Supnet
The rising sound of drums emphasizes flashes of lights, images of the solar system and a post-apocalyptic imagining of the birth of our Second Sun.
Flipping -Jin Kyu Ahn
FLIPPING is an automatic animation (action animating) created by applying ‘flipping’, a traditional hand-drawn animation technique. The spectrum of a soundless collision between cuts created by a collision of two different physical properties again collides with the sound made by playing two improvised scores folded after burnt. This work has a structure with the complex relationship that two planes are oppositely located in the light and dark space, two materials exist between the two planes, and two sounds permeate between the two materials. And it stays between the life(time) and sensibility of the artist himself.