Tag: video projections
A short film titled “Box” by Bot & Dolly, combining projection mapping of 3D computer graphics, robotics and an actor into a synchronised performance.
Animated short film by Japanese filmmaker Tao Tajima was shot around the streets of Tokyo, and later animated with the aid of motion graphics.
“A House For A Home” is a creative collaboration between a Lebanese photographer Aya Atoui, and his Syrian colleague Manal Elias. Atoui and Elias’ inspiration came from the fact they lived in a place with no sense of identity – geography and personality-wise. The idea of the projections was about capturing temporary moments, where the faceless buildings and street corners are activated and given the chance to re-invent themselves…
01 | Kyle Bean. 02 | Paper Art Extravaganza. 03 | Paper Cloth by Violise Lunn. 04 | Myoung Ho Lee | Tree Series. 05 | Jaime C. Knight. 06 | Elana Herzog. 07 | Art With Fire | T-Radya & Paul Chojnowski. 08 | Street Art Takes on Eames. 09 | Art With Tools | Andrew Myers & Walton Creel. 10 | Taper Art | BUFFdiss. 11 | Papercraft Self Portrait | Eric Testroete. 12 | Tape Art | Aakash Nihalani…
Hope you guys are in the mood for some mind-bending images? What’s new, I hear you say. Well, I guess you have a point – you’re on yellowtrace after all. Hooray!
I’ve been meaning to post about camera obscura technique for ages now. Sometimes I can’t keep up with myself, let alone everything else. So much amazing content, so little time. Anyway, camera obscura (in Latin – ‘camera’ = vaulted chamber or room; ‘obscura’ = dark) is an optical device that projects an image of surrounds on a screen. This is, in fact, one of the inventions which lead to photography. Camera obscura device typically consists of a box with a whole in one side. However, with these images I am showing you today, the ‘box’ is in fact an entire room. ..
Named after the technique used in baroque era to extended architecture through trompe l’oeil and perspective constructions generated with paint or sculpture, ‘Quadratura’ is the creation of Madrid born and based artist Pablo Valbuena. This site-specific installation presented at Matadero Madrid follows the same illusory principles where the space is manipulated by means of projected light. The main axis of the room of Abierto x Obras is extended and the limits of the physical space dissolved…