animation

The project is to create visuals, edited footage, and algorithmic animations to respond to the music of Guy Manoukian.

 

Guy Manoukian concert
August 9th, 2009
Beiteddine Festival
“images of the ‘new middle east’ ” is a commission by international artist and composer Guy Manoukian for an upcoming concert in Beiteddine, Lebanon. Beiteddine Festival is one of the oldest and finest festivals in the Middle East and is held in a 200-year-old palace in Beiteddine, built by emir [...]

 
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A very in-progress screenshot of the engine.

The Ecosystem Engine is a JavaScript and XML driven viewer and editor for animated, sprite driven simulations.  It is akin to a web browser, except instead of web pages, it runs animations in which the "actors" interact and react to each other and the environment in such a way that the animation is never the same twice. The engine will have support for several input sources, including webcam data, online data, and direct user input via a keyboard or mouse.

The Ecosystem source code will be published to dev.eyebeam.org as soon as possible.  We are currently looking for coders interested in animation to contribute to the development of this project.

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June 2009
 
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Eunjung Hwang's installations incorporate animation with sound, sculptural and mechanical elements. Often LCD panels of animations extend into wall paintings and into sculptures that project from the wall and floor. Fabulous Creatures explores unexorcised images from the world of dreams and infantry following them to their farthest points, with a combination of digital and physical form.

Hwang is a multimedia artist living and working in New York. Her work has been screened at the Korea Short Animation Festival, Japan Digital Animation Festival, and Barcelona Asian Film Festival, among others. She is a graduate of the Computer Art MFA program at the School of Visual Arts in New York. She has also studied painting at Ewha Women's University and literature at Yonsei University, both in Seoul. She has upcoming exhibitions at Recontres Internationales Paris/Berlin and the 16th Stuttgarter Filmwinter-Festival for Expanded Media.

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Albert Yu was born in Hong Kong in 1970. He began making and studying animation after working as a software engineer for years. Yu graduated from School of Visual Arts with a MFA in Computer Art. He now lives and works in New York as an animator and special effects artist.

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McConnell received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from SUNY Fredonia in 1997, concentrating in sculpture, painting and media arts, and a MS in Digital Imaging and Design from NYU's CADA program in 2003. Specializing in the creation of photorealistic environments, Brett has worked at RhinoFX in NYC and as a Teacher's Assistant at NYU's CADA (Center for Advance Digital Applications).

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