Tag Archives: Animation

Disruptive Technologies: Layering & Augmentation

From Symposium Talk transcript During that pressure period in the art making process, I was analysing our relationship with device engagement or life support machines as I refer to them. Observations in urban environments, city streets, cafes, public transport, restaurants, … Continue reading

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Project Proposal 4.0

PROJECT PROPOSAL 4.0 Working Title:  Don’t Have Nightmares 0.3: Disruptive Technologies Aims and objectives: To create a persuasive narrative which explicates how technology is increasingly changing the shape in which we process information which is affecting the ability to concentrate … Continue reading

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Experimentation-Adobe After Effects: Pop Shapes & Exploding Electric

When reading back through an old blog post the other day, it mentioned something about experimenting with unfamiliar software and not to stick in the safe zone. Well, I’ve been using Adobe Premier though panning and zooming is hardly pushing … Continue reading

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Sequence 11 and Consultation

I haven’t been writing about my practice for a while now. It’s not that I’m procrastinating or anything, far from it, it’s just that I don’t want to bore myself with the project. It’s easy to do that when you’re … Continue reading

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Project Proposal 3.0

Working Title:  Don’t Have Nightmares 0.3: Disruptive Technologies Aims and objectives: To create a persuasive message based on public information film (public service announcement) narratives. The project will explicate persuasive narratives. The narrative will inform the viewer by animated visuals, … Continue reading

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Don’t Have Nightmares 2015 (Revised)

Don’t Have Nightmares was an unfinished project back in March, 2015. An installation was to be incorporated but due to complications, I abandon the idea. Also, the audio was never added as the animation remained unfinished. It was a pity, … Continue reading

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The Tokyo Underground: Project Presentation (June 2015)

My last project (Don’t Have Nightmares 0.2: The Tokyo Underground) was to be shown earlier this month to my peers. However, and unfortunately, due to time limitations, the project didn’t get a critique (gutted!). Final Reflections: To be honest, I don’t … Continue reading

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Alienation & Conformity

Over the past few months I’ve been working on an animated film I made in Tokyo which examines conformity and a fear which I felt when living abroad for the first time, alienation. The film footage is shot on an over … Continue reading

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Bruce Lee, Audrey Hepburn and the ethics of digital necromancy -Hannah Ellis-Petersen

The American actress, Janet Leigh was born in 1927 and died in 2004 at the age of 77. My last project, Don’t Have Nightmares 0.1, involved taking a segment of icon cinematic footage from the film Psycho and animating approximately … Continue reading

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Sink (1999) – Satoshi Tomioka

Satoshi Tomioka was born in Nagoya in Japan in 1972. At graduate school, Tomioka studied hydrodynamics at Tokyo University. He became interested in computer graphics while working part-time for a graphics company. After graduating he worked for Dream Pictures Studios … Continue reading

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