Teaming up with musician Amon Tobin of Ninja Tune label fame, Leviathan studio produced the animation for two songs as part of the ISAM 2.0 live audio-visual experience tour. In their stellar promotional video they expose some of their creative process and illuminate the mastery of their studio at work.
What do you struggle with? What keeps you from being the most inspired and creative you can be? This poster helps you stay on point by suggesting ways to stay inspired in work and life to be more creative.
What are your favourite tactics to stay creative on a daily basis?
Andy Gilmore creates graphic art, with intense colours and patterns that mimic nature and sometimes the arrangements found in music.
Montreal company ‘Moment Factory’ designed this amazing 15-minute interactive fresco using 3D projection mapping as a tribute to one of the world’s most celebrated architecturally stunning cathedrals.
Toward the end of Mutek festival on Sunday last week, the last showing of “Cinechamber Classics” took place at the Excentris movie theatre in Montreal. The showcase was once again on 10 screens mounted on 4 walls, in a projected panorama, with surround sound.
Last week in Montreal, some lucky Mutek festival goers saw an amazing immersive live performance at the panoramic ‘Cinechamber’ by Australian audio-visual performance artist, Robin Fox.
This year at Mutek festival, there were some stand-out live audio-visual shows.
Some of the most remarkable audio-visual showcases were at the new facility inside the SAT (Société des arts technologiques de Montréal) called the SATosphere, which has a dome like ceiling.
Techno artist Pan/Tone (aka Sid leRock, Gringo Grinder) joins me during his recent visit from Berlin for a chat about his new releases and his continued interest in the Toronto techno scene. Pan/Tone was visiting Toronto for a Break and Enter party.
A couple weeks ago Magnolius, the Toronto based hip-hop duo, released a new music video, which features colorful animation over bleak cityscapes.
C2 bills itself as an annual global business affair, promising to explore creative answers to commercial questions. Thankfully they include some important questions surrounding corporate social and environmental responsibility.
Speaking with me from the Coachella grounds in Indio, CA, Sensory Sync’s Director Bryant Place, aka CyberPatrolUnit, discussed the journey that has taken place to create the large Gateway installation on the grounds of Coachella festival.
Here’s Smith’s compilation of edited, chopped and sliced parts of some of the fantastic music videos that he has directed over the years. It’s set to a tune by King Missile that irreverently celebrates the sensitive artist and highlights their eccentricities.