Tag Archives: Digital Art

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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Mary Moore on Damien, the narrative, life with Henry and digital art

Came across this interesting article in the Guardian yesterday. Mary Moore, daughter of the sculptor Henry Moore gives us her views on a few issues notably on digital art (in bold). Below are selected extracts from the article. Damien Hirst set … Continue reading

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January 2015 Activity Summary

Posts 10 Films Naked (Mike Leigh 1993) Nil by Mouth (Gary Oldman 1997) Gangster No.1 (Paul McGuigan 2000) Career Girls (Mike Leigh 1997) Funny Games (Michael Haneke 2007) The Machinist (Brad Anderson 2004) Straw Dogs (Sam Peckinpah 1971) Horror Hotel (John … Continue reading

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Maquette No 2: Film (Part 3)

Filming The animated rotoscope and motion picture footage were played on a loop while I filmed the interior of the maquette. Around 10 sequences were shot in total. Each sequence being between 15-30 seconds in duration. For continuity purposes, I … Continue reading

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December 2014 Activity Summary

Posts =1 RESEARCH Books: Digital Art-Christiane Paul Scholarly Essays: From Shadow Citizens to Teflon Stars: Reception of the Transfiguring Effects of New Moving Image Technologies-Lisa Bode All aboard The Polar Express: A ‘Playful’ Change of Address in the Computer-Generated Blockbuster-Jessica Aldred … Continue reading

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November 2014 Activity Summary

Posts = 8   RESEARCH Books: The Language Of New Media-Lev Manovich, Digital Art-Christiane Paul, Horror!- Kim Newman & James Marriot Scholarly Essays: Double Take: Rotoscoping and the processing of performance- Kim Louise Walden ‘Grave Robbing’ or ‘Career Comeback’? On the … Continue reading

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Daniel Rozen’s The Wooden Mirror/’Kirishin’ Exhibition-Nobuyoshi Araki

After scanning the Tokyo Metropolis Arts and Entertainment guide last Thursday evening, I didn’t see much in the way of exhibitions which caught my attention. Then, I noticed that I had just missed an exhibition at the Bunkamura in Shibuya which … Continue reading

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September 2014 Activity Summary

Posts=6 Exhibitions & Museums Henri Matisse Museum- Nice, The Remarkable Compendium of Curiosities-Eastbourne, The Digital Revolution-London Lectures at Camberwell Artistic Practice as Research- Jo Love, Research Practice -Jonathan Kearney Camberwell Symposiums Project Proposal Briefings- Jonathan Kearney, How to use blogs-Jonathan … Continue reading

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