Montreal 'Time Drifts' Video Mapping & Light Installation by Philipp Geist at MUTEK FESTIVAL 2010 (HD Long)

Montreal 'Time Drifts' Video Mapping & Light Installation by Philipp Geist at MUTEK FESTIVAL 2010 (HD Long) from Philipp Geist | Videogeist on Vimeo.
'Time Drifts' Media Installation by Philipp Geist
02. - 06. June 2010
Montreal 2010 (MUTEK Festival 2010)
at Place Des Festival
Artist Website ( |
The Berlin-based artist Philipp Geist has developed his video installation 'Time Drifts' for the square Place Des Festival next to the Contemporary Art Museum in Montreal. In his installation Geist interprets the themes of space and time. He avoids using canvases and projects directly on parts of the facade, on the ground of the whole square, on stairs, and on fog streaming into the square.
The result is an interplay between the concrete, tangible wall/square and the transparent, dissolving projection ground. Words are projected onto the ground, and they are reflected into the fog. Fog is, similar to time, always in a flux, you cannot hold or keep it. This concept refers to the characteristics of museums and to their function as a place for conservation and for providing the visitor with both facts and imaginations: The dissolving projection ground symbolizes the fragmentary knowledge and understanding of life in the past and present, but knowledge is also secured and preserved in the form of text, clearly visible on the concrete. The people become part of the projected images while walking around the square and entering the building. Thus, Geist develops a dialogue with the location, his artistic work and the visitors.
This methodical approach to the theme 'time' is supported by the projected images themselves. Words that relate to the topic both directly and indirectly cover the whole ground of the square. Some terms and sentences are obvious references, some invite the visitor to think about the phenomenon of time and its historical and cultural connotations. This cultural consideration will be enhanced by the fact that the texts will be in the two official languages of Québec, English and French, and additionally in German, which is the artist's mother tongue. There will be single words, quotations and proverbs by various authors. The installation invites the visitors to stay and contemplate, to detect meanings in the thick carpet of partly overlapping words. The carpet's threads of words are woven chaotically, and it takes time and movements across the square to see and decipher them. It is the poetry of the texts and the dream-like atmosphere that will transform the location.
In the images which are projected onto the facade, Geist creates a pictorial, abstract imagery at the computer which also refers to time. Geometrical, spatial forms like squares, cubes, perforated planes, lines and rays, overlay each other in an on-going process and build up a complete picture in order to dissolve it right away. The various elements create a complex architecture of images which is always in a state of flux. By displaying depth and three-dimensionality, the work symbolises the constantly developing, enlarging space of continuing time lines, and represents the complex networks emerging from different spatial components spreading in the course of time.
MUTEK the EXTRA_MUROS program of outdoor media art and installations by PHILIPP GEIST, MELISSA MONGIAT and MOUNA ANDRAOS was frequented by more than 40,000 people. With all its different initiatives in outdoor programming, MUTEK demonstrated that it could leave its special fingerprint on the Quartier des Spectacles by putting digital creativity on the centre stage.
Thank you Montreal :-) Thank you MUTEK Montreal for a great festival!! Thanks for the support Goethe-Institut Montréal, Quartier des spectacles, Montréal , Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal, Thank you Hugues Monfroy, Alain Mongeau, Olivier Ouellet, Antoine Lortie-Ouellet, Viola, Elian, H.G.Geist and Nicole Gingras.
Philipp Geist works internationally as a light and multi-media artist in the mediums of video, performance, photography and painting. The Berlin artist Philipp Geist (1976) showed a 4D mapping installation on the facade of the royal throne in Bangkok on the occasion of king Bhumibol's 82nd birthday in December 2009. The one-hour-show was the central part of the celebrations and was seen by 2-3 million of visitors. In 2008, during the 'Long Night of the Museums', he showed his video installation 'time fades' at the Kulturforum. In this installation Geist interprets the themes of space and time. He avoids using canvasses and projects directly on parts of the façade of the architecture and on transparent grounds like sheets of gauze and fog.In September 2007, he realized the video installation 'Time Lines' on the entire front of the Palazzo delle Espozioni in Rome at its re-opening after it had been closed for five years. The installation was opened by the mayor of Rome, Walter Veltroni, and was seen by approx. 20.000 visitors. In 2005, he realized the large project 'Winterzauber' ('Winter Magic') for the Lake Side Restaurant in Zurich and in 2006, he opened the Salon Noir within the context of the exhibition 'Melancholie, Genie und Wahnsinn' ('Melancholy, Genius and Insanity') in the Berlin Neuen National Galerie. Together with the symphony orchestra OBC Barcelona and the Finnish sound ensemble Pan Sonic, Geist opened in 2004 the Sonar Festival in Barcelona. His works were shown at the Dissonanze Festival in Rome, at Clubtransmediale in Berlin and at the Mutek Festival in Montreal which is renowned for new media. He has exhibited his live video performances internationally at the Central House of Artists (CHA) in Moscow, the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) in London, the National Gallery in Warsaw (Zacheta) and at the opening of the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich.Further projects are characterized by their complexity and the integration of the location, the sound and moving images.
Filmed & Edited by Philipp Geist
© 2010 VG Bild-Kunst Bonn
Canon 5D MarkII

Coachella Music Festival Video installation and Live VJ Set

Coachella Music Festival Video installation and Live VJ Set from Light Harvest Studios on Vimeo.
What an honor to set up this custom installation at the Coachella Music Festival. It was a really great gig and I hope to do something next year to top it.
Enjoy the video with music by Coachella's headliner Thom Yorke: 3-3 Cymbal Rush (Essen Und Trinken remix)
Thanks to Kevin Johnson who helped get the shots, and to Dave Smith and Red Bull for putting the whole thing together.
Also credits go to Caitlin "Shiny Kid" and Farkash "Wolfman" for helping me prepare for the show back in New York.

‘YEKPARE’ (monolithic)

‘YEKPARE’ (monolithic) from nerdworking on Vimeo.
"Yekpare" is a storyteller which narrates the 8500 year story of Istanbul. The story embraces symbols from Pagans to Roman Empire, from Byzantine Empire to Latin Empire, and finally from Ottoman Empire to Istanbul at the present day.
Haydarpaşa Train Station, with its brilliant architectural forms, is the building on which the story is projected. The connection between middle east to west has been provided by Istanbul and Haydarpaşa since 1906. In the 50’s it served as a door for millions of internal emigrants who have triggered the chaos in Istanbul's dialectical daily life scenes.The project's conceptual, political and geographical positioning, the location’s depth of field and the fact that the entire show can be watched from Kadıköy coast; make "Yekpare" a dramatic presentation.
The first day of the performance also marks the 47th deathday of Nazım Hikmet Ran, the famous Turkish poet. We started out with a quote from his epic novel, "Human Landscapes from My Country": “At Haydarpaşa Train Station, in the spring of 1941, it is three o’clock. Sun, exhaustion and rush lay on the stairs...”
Art Direction & Visuals:
Deniz Kader – Candaş Şişman
Music & Sound Design:
Görkem Şen
Project Management:
Erdem Dilbaz
Technical Advisors: Refik Anadol - Alican Aktürk (
Modelling: Gökhan Uzun – Can Dinlenmiş (
Special Thanks to: Efor Production, Visio – Vox, Sinevizyon, Yakup Çetinkaya, Gökhan Kurtuluş, Lokman Doğmuş, Baran Gülerşen, Ümit Özdemir, Tolga Dizmen, Murat Durusoy, Ahmet Türkoğlu, Mustafa Nurdoğdu, Burhan Ersan.
Realized with mediaserver


Butterfly Effect

Butterfly Effect I from Martin Stebbing on Vimeo.
Visuals for Butterfly Effect on 6/2-10 @ Golden Cut Club in Hamburg, Germany
Shown on a custom built, ultra wide-screen, dual display system
Created by Martin Stebbing
Motion-captured particles by Ian Clemmer
Music by Convextion
Butterfly Effect II from Martin Stebbing on Vimeo.
Visuals for Butterfly Effect on 6/2-10 @ Golden Cut Club in Hamburg, Germany
Shown on a custom built, ultra wide-screen, dual display system
Created by Martin Stebbing
Music by Convextion
Butterfly Effect III from Martin Stebbing on Vimeo.
Visuals for Butterfly Effect on 6/2-10 @ Golden Cut Club in Hamburg, Germany
Shown on a custom built, ultra wide-screen, dual display system
Created by Martin Stebbing
Music by Deadbeat

Interactive Carpet • Mostra de Inverno 2010

Interactive Carpet • Mostra de Inverno 2010 from vj Lab on Vimeo.
This is a interactive carpet we did together with Holofote Eventos for the brazilian fashion event Mostra de Inverno 2010 in Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais.
Ateliê Digital Lab
Holofote Soluções

SolarFlare Visualizer



Blaze from Memo Akten on Vimeo.
Visuals for the west-end dance show BLAZE.
The Times - "The aptly named Mega Super Awesome Visuals Company eventually makes selective use of every available surface as a screen upon which to project a dazzling variety of digital graphics, from animated landscapes and pulsating lights to oozing liquid and raging flames."
The Guardian - "Es Devlin's clever set, constructed from piles of boxes, cupboards, TV screens and doors, gives the dancers plenty of levels to move on, and, better still, functions as a three-dimensional screen on which the lighting and video team can project their most astonishing effects. A B-boy trio performing against images of melting snow acquire a rare luminous purity; Lizzie Gough (also a finalist from So You Think You Can Dance) becomes a fiercely demonic figure, conjuring a kaleidoscopic storm of flashing light."
Financial Times - "Here is the most blissfully energetic, sassy, to- hell-with-everything-except-street-dance show. And it is superbly designed by Es Devlin ... Devlin has, tremendously, placed the action against a wall of grey, office-equipment- suppliers’ drawers and the occasional ice-box and a single bath. These serve as background, exits, launching pads for dance. There is stunning lighting by Patrick Woodroffe and Adam Bassett, and amazing video projections."
Too Much Flavour - "the projection effects were sensational at extending the effect of the routines. Although the back wall of the theatre was an odd construction made up of what appeared to be stacks of drawers when lit fully, come time for those projections and the wall burst to life with action. Memo Akten and Robin McNicholas did an amazing job at putting it to use. One of its best uses was a solo from Lizzie Gough controlling a projected ball of light with her choreography making it a visual treat to watch."
The Arts Desk - "This is a show blazing with talent and young exuberance, and it will rejuvenate you faster than a Red Bull. " - "van Laast has the showman’s touch and ‘Blaze’ is brilliantly designed by Es Devlin with a backdrop of cases, trunks, storage boxes and even a fridge, apparently piled on top of each other from floor to ceiling and cleverly concealing platforms, a trampoline, and the potential for pools of light and access points. It also provided texture for the brilliant video design by the appropriately-named Mega Super Awesome Visuals Company – there’s no point in hiding your light under a bushel when you’re this good!"


Hungarían mapping

ˈvidēˌō ˈjakit from vargasz abolcs on Vimeo.
1oo%Paprika's mapping plan but unfortunately a shorter version was projected @ Paint Up! architectural video mapping competition 2010.06.19. as a part of the Night of the Museums event.

video jacket from vargasz abolcs on Vimeo.
the short but projected version

Unsound festival (NYC)

Unsound NYC, Alexander Kaline and Joshue Ott from superdraw on Vimeo.
Anticipate night at the Unsound festival (NYC). This is the complete live set with Alexander Kaline. visuals by Joshue Ott/superDraw

Glow 4 Broke

Glow 4 Broke from Elliott on Vimeo.
VJ Eggatronix - Playing around with Modul8 and some new loops. Designed for a Triple head to go! setup @ Glastonbury Festival.
Music - Mount Kimbie – Maybes (James Blake remix)

vienna visuals

sound:frame vienna visuals from sound:frame on Vimeo.
video : luma launisch, super u, depart
music : ken hayakawa - welcome to vienna
additional video/picture footage :
mateusz najder, birgit hertel, bildwerk, michael merzlikar, stephanie rappl, lisa zalud, gerhard daurer
vienna vj/dj night premiered at EXPO shanghai
may 21, 2010
live visuals : luma launisch, super u, depart
dj : zanshin / live vocals : mirre m
contact : / / /



Retina Error @ Tresor Berlin (1) from retina error on Vimeo.

Retina Error @ Tresor Berlin (2) from retina error on Vimeo.
Retina Error playing live besides DJ Fassa Ben at VisualBerlinFestival

V2 - Visual Vibration

V2 - Visual Vibration (Installation Art) from Kirill Malovichko on Vimeo.
An ordinary life of a person has been placed in the bases of a multimedia installation. With the use of four archaic objects - lamp, egg, clock, and head - we achieve a formal representation of commonness. But thanks to different variants of projected images, objects loose its practical function and get a functional one. Change of projectures creates transformation of sence and a game of meanings.
This installation is devoted to 20th anniversary of AKHE theatre.
Music - Lulu Rouge - Thinking Of You

V2 - Visual Vibration (fragment) from Kirill Malovichko on Vimeo.
Installation on Sergey Kuryokhin Award

AViT Berlin 2010 live

saetchmo vs. sinsynplus @ AViT Berlin 2010 live from sinsynplus on Vimeo.
visualberlinFestival | AViT Berlin 2010
live at Tresor Club Berlin | 11.06.2010


Night of the Museums 2010

Night of the Museums 2010 from luma beamerz on Vimeo.
Our mapping on the local museum - - as a part of the Night of the Museums event - .
We used two - sadly different - basic 2500 ANSI Lumens office projectors with a DualHead2Go in 2048x768 resolution.
The place wasn't the best because our mapping was just a part of the night show, sadly a lots of other stuff - lamps, instruments, etc. - installed in the front of the musem face.

Time Fades Video Installation at BERLIN KULTURFORUM 2008

Time Fades Video Installation at BERLIN KULTURFORUM 2008 (Short/ HD) from Philipp Geist | Videogeist on Vimeo.
Documentary by Patrick Heeren
‚Time Fades’
Installation by Philipp Geist
During the 'Long Night of the Museums', which is a special event taking place twice a year when most of Berlin´s museums are open till 2 a.m., the Berlin-based artist Philipp Geist showed his video installation 'time fades' at the Kulturforum. In his installation Geist interprets the themes of space and time. He avoids using canvasses and projects directly on parts of the façade of the architecture and on transparent grounds like sheets of gauze and fog. The result is an interplay between the concrete, tangible wall and the transparent, dissolving ground of projection. This concept refers to the characteristics of history as experienced in a museum: history and the notion of it mainly develop subjectively in the mind of the onlooker. The representations of history are being animated in the moment of the visitor´s reflections. The dissolving projection ground symbolizes not only the fragmentary knowledge and understanding of the life in the past, which is to be completed, but also the memory which must be saved from disappearing and dissolving. Thus, Geist develops a dialogue with the location, his artistic work and the people who are entering and leaving the building. The visitor himself becomes part of the projected image at the threshold between the outside and inside.
Starting point of his video work were the collections of the museums, which Philipp Geis had filmed and photographed. The ancient art objects, as for example statues, sculptures, busts, paintings, gold decoration and mosaics in Rome and Berlin, were transformed with modern digital techniques (hard- and software) to manipulate the filmed images by abstracting, recolouring and overlaying them. Elements of the art pieces were separated from their context and arranged in new picture variants and artistic compositions. In the video installation, art pieces of the same and different epochs were combined. This conceptualisation emphasizes the simultaneous xistence of successive times and events in the visitor´s mind and the coexistence of different epochs in the historical knowledege of our time. The collections of the museums in Berlin are experienced from a contemporary perspective and interpreted in an artistic way.


NOCCI | GEIST Milano 2010 from Philipp Geist | Videogeist on Vimeo.
Italy, Milano
16. June 2010
Teatro Franco Parenti
via Pier Lombardo, 14 - Milano
live media performance
composer fabrizio nocci (rome/ italy)
visual artist philipp geist (berlin/ germany)


SmashvEdwardShallow@N_ilk from RetchyvSmash on Vimeo.
Here's some recent visuals from VJ Smash for Edward Shallow using a custom game engine to create reactive visuals. The program used is Blender 3d and it's controlled using a PS3 joypad.


VisualBerlinFestival2010@Tresor 11.06

VisualBerlinFestival2010@Tresor 11.06 from EleKTro mOOn Vision on Vimeo.
Spectacular surface projection at Tresor Club in Berlin during VisualBerlinFestival2010. The projection was huge and impressively adjusted to the raw, industrial space. Made by Torston from the e-gruppe berlin ( and Benjamin Jantzen aka Pixelschubser (


KICK KILLER from pixray on Vimeo.
mail :
Video design by XRAY Concept
Together VJ Kaxray & Vj Pixray (Karina & Pierre)
contacts :
Flag Beatsuckerz by BeatSuckerz & BGOOD


Shinkansen ver.2 from daihei shibata on Vimeo.
I shot the scenery in Shinkansen with my OLYMPUS EP-1 From Shinosaka to Tokyo.
Music: VanShe "So High"

Shinkansen ver.3 from daihei shibata on Vimeo.
I shot the scenery in Shinkansen with my OLYMPUS EP-1.
Music: Spangle call Lilli line "dreamer "
original video:


long2 (peking)

pulpo is independent and free alliance for temporary members based Beijing, China.

Simple Love from long2 on Vimeo.
video for Simple Love - He Yan's fashion show 2009
J.S.Bach - Suite No.1 - 1.Prelude of Suites for Solo Cello (Janos Starker)

Dialogue @ Mecooon from long2 on Vimeo.
Dialogue @ Mecooon
dancers:Xiao Ke(小珂) & Fearghus
music:Feng Hao(冯昊)
live video:long2(何龙)
lighting design:Xiao Wang(小王)
producer:Zhang Yuan(张渊)
video shot by Zhang Yuan

PUSS 3.6 - April has gone from long2 on Vimeo.
keeping test qc
Kashiwa Daisuke's music: April #09
inspire me a lot !

PUSS 2.0 @ WAVE - HeYan 2008 part II - version 1 from long2 on Vimeo.
1st wave of He Yan new collection 2008.
Fashion Designer: He Yan
Music: Ryoji Ikeda, Takagi Masakatsu, Wibutee, long2;
Live Video: long2
Video Captions and Subtitles: Vito;
Models: sorry but you could find the list in the video.
To my family: 胡顺香(my mother), 何建国(my father), 何艳 AKA He Yan(my sister)
video generated by Takagi Masakatsu's music - Girls through VVVV.

ANTIMACHINE in Seoul from long2 on Vimeo.
ANTIMACHINE installation set @ an exhibition in Seoul, 2007

PUSS 2.0 @ Laoban Soundsystem from long2 on Vimeo.
PUSS 2.0 @ Laoban Soundsystem 1.0, CPU:798, Beijing, Dec. 2008

Ryoichi Kurokawa @ eArts from long2 on Vimeo.
Ryoichi Kurokawa's 4 sound channels and 4 video channels live set @ eArts Shanghai 2008

Goethe Night

Byetone audio visual performance @ Goethe night, 798 Space, Beijing

Goethe Night_part I_Manuel Göttsching VS 08po from long2 on Vimeo.

Goethe Night_part II_Deine Lakaien VS long2 from long2 on Vimeo.

Goethe Night_part III_Byetone_Capture This (Part II)+Plastic Star from long2 on Vimeo.


VJ Eggatronix - Dehounded

Mixture of new Loops by VJ Eggatronix
Music by Chino Barker - Dehounded


" We choose to write this as an open letter instead of as a regular e-mail. We do it to show a really bad example of an arrangement. We do it in hope that this was a one time coincidence. And if not, that change will be made in the future.

Together with a whole bunch of other VJ’s we’re supposed to perform at Visual Berlin Festival closing party, a party that was held in collaboration with DMY International Design Festival Berlin. We arrived in Berlin on Friday. No one from the organization was there to meet us. That’s really not a big issue since we only had as much tech as we could carry. After getting to the hotel we went straight to Tresor. Getting the accreditation was no problem, but we had now been in Berlin for quite a while and still no one from the organization had tried to contact us to see that we were in town. The fact that this was a DIY festival started to get more and more clear.

It is now Saturday, the last day of the festival. It is the day of the closing party. During the whole day no one had contacted us about the evening. Now we started to actively hunt for answers. We had a paper with names of people and their telephone numbers, people who we started calling to get some answers. Finally we got hold of a person who told us that we could check the tech at around 7 p.m. The party was about to start at 00 a.m. so that was ok. The festival had now moved from Tresor to Collegium Hungaricum Berlin, but the closing party was going to be held at Picknick Club. We arrived at the Picknick Club around 7.30 p.m. The only one there was the clubs own technician, only responsible for setting up the bar/sound and preparing the yard for the evening party. He was really stressed up about the people from Visual Berlin not being there. He had no knowledge, not the responsibility to set up the projectors and screens. We called the person from the organization, asking what’s up. They was still at Collegium Hungaricum. We wasn’t surprised since none of the workshops we had been to during the weekend had been on time. Since the place wasn’t far away from Picknick Club we went over there to get some answers. We got told that the person who was supposed to be in charge over the technical stuff was to tired after the weekend and had to leave the responsibility to another person, which was the one we were talking to now. He told us that, “I should have been at Picknick five hours ago, but have not had the time to”. He said to us that he would head over there right away, and that we should come back one hour before the party started.

Due to miss match in the U-bahn we arrived at Picknick Club at 11.30 p.m. The line outside was long and a huge amount of people had already got in, the party was in full bloom inside. When we reached the yard where the main visuals was going to be, we were met by a handful of the evenings VJ’s hard struggling with getting everything going. No one had been there to set up the screens or the projectors. There were no switch, no power supply. Nothing. They had, as we, arrived just before the party was supposed to start. On two beer crates (placed on the table, taking up huge work space) they had managed to pile three projectors on each other. Just to get something up. We always bring a Kramer switch with us and thanks to that we could switch between the computers. We also have to many cables with us that now came in handy. Thanks to all VJ’s hard work (except my own, I was just furious) everything was up and running at around 00.30 a.m. It looked like crap, but no one other than MacGyver could have done anything more/better with what we had to work with. Since there was no one from the organization there, we had no one who could give us drink tickets. I paid 3€ for a Coca Cola. Yei.

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At 00.57 a.m. (I checked the watch). One of the VJ’s called the person we talked to earlier at Collegium Hungaricum Berlin. To see what was going on. He got the answer that they had decided to keep the party over there. Read it again. They decided to keep the party OVER THERE. And they tell us this now. But we were very welcome if we wanted to come over. Oh, how nice. Or, if we wanted to, we could just stay at the party at Picknick. I got so upset over the ignorance that they showed us that I didn’t know where I would go.

Since there was no work space left on the table only two computers could fit. So I gladly handed over the responsibility for the nights performance to Dan and Daniel. They did the best of the situation. Until the club owner came down. Our table stood right next to the DJ table. And the DJ demanded more space. So we had to move our stuff. The club owner decided that two crates on the ground would be good enough for a VJ to be working on. That was it. The time was around 4 a.m. There was still two-three hours left of the party. But all of us VJ’s decided that it was enough. We shut down the projectors, the place went totally black. We packed our bags and left the place.

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We don’t expect any apologies. We just want to let you know how disappointed we are. We are disgusted by the ignorance you showed us, your guests. We are disappointed over the fact that we as artists puts down a great amount of money and get nothing but humiliation in return. It makes us sad, sad to see how a collective of VJ’s can act this way towards other VJ’s. If it would have been just regular people I could understand it somehow. But we are professionals, fighting for acknowledgement in the same hard, dark and poor branch. What the fuck? Is it supposed to be this way?

Not everything was as bad as it sounds tough. Visual Berlin had gathered a large number of international VJ’s and interesting lectures/workshops were held during the weekend. Tons of tongue twisting geek talk was exchanged. It was a nice spread of installations and club performances. Berlin with one of the best club scenes/culture in the world offers a perfect spot for artist from cross platforms to meet each other and exchange ideas. And Tresor must be the ultimate place to do this at.

Well aware of the fact that the organization didn’t have any money to pay for travels of performances, we applied to this festival. All together we spent about 1 000€ on this trip (travel, transportation, living).

Lucky us that Berlin is the most awesome city in the world.

Sincerely //Startsladd

Projection Mapping

Battle of Branchage. Architectural Projection Mapping @ Branchage Film Festival 2009

Palnoise is using this technique known as mapping to project video, effects and optical ilusions on a physical objects like buildings, cars, design pieces or ordinary objects.
Architectural projection on the facade of El Jardí theater building in Figueres to celebrate the inaugural ceremony of Giroscopi Cultural.
Created by: palnoise (video mapping) + hitch (sound design)
*Reduced edition from the original projection, longer.
Palnoise está usando esta técnica conocida como mapping, proyectando video, efectos y consiguiendo ilusiones ópticas sobre elementos físicos como edificios, automóviles, piezas de diseño u objetos ordinarios.
Proyección arquitectónica en la fachada del teatro El Jardí en Figueres con motivo del acto inagural de Giroscpi Cultural.
Direccion y video mapping_PALNOISE
Diseño sonoro audio_ HITCH
*Edición reducida sobre la proyección arquitectónica original más larga


by Alvaro Posadas

by Alvaro Posadas

ooo_00_⚡⚡ from Alvaro Posadas on Vimeo.

AM 0000 ⚡⚡ from Alvaro Posadas on Vimeo.
Music: Harmonia & Brian Eno 'Tracks & Traces' 1976

Liquid Sky - from Alvaro Posadas on Vimeo.
Music: Slava Tsukerman 'Liquid Sky' Soundtrack 1983

Dream Attack from Alvaro Posadas on Vimeo.
Music: Charles Bernstein 'Dream Attack' Nightmare On Elm Street Soundtrack 1984


Visual Arts showreel sixt sense

Visual Arts showreel sixt sense from stefanie sixt, sixt sense on Vimeo.
Visual Arts / Vjing / Installation / Music
by sixt sense, stefanie sixt (2010)
Through the last years i have been exploring vjing as fascinating media. Creating live visuals for cultural or stage events is a repeated, exciting challenge. While i m thoroughly following a dertermined concept, a live set is turning out to be different every time it s performed.
More Ino:

Elliott (UK)
Elliott Stallion is a UK based design & video artist. Elliott produces a wide range of works from Live Video, Motion Graphics, Audio Visual and Fine Art Shorts.

Two Thousand & Ten from Elliott on Vimeo.
Video Olympic mixture of duel head to go VJ loops.

Peruvian tribes people appear on freestanding sheet glass situated in a pine forest, Bury Ditches hillfort.
Music by Kelpe - Decompression Introduction

Dehounded - AV Space & Time from Elliott on Vimeo.
Eggatronix collaborates with musician Daniel 'Chino' Barker to create a live audio visual cosmic experience. Dehounded.
Visuals by Video Olympic
Audio by Daniel 'Chino' Barker

Lunchmeat Festival

Nosaj Thing vs. Aalto, MeetFactory 13.3.2010 from wnoice on Vimeo.


live at Harry Klein Club Munich

EIN HERZ FÜR … UNSERE RESIDENTS @ Harry Klein live from sinsynplus on Vimeo.

EIN HERZ FÜR … UNSERE RESIDENTS @ Harry Klein live from sinsynplus on Vimeo.

EIN HERZ FÜR … UNSERE RESIDENTS @ Harry Klein live from sinsynplus on Vimeo.
Visuals by..
sinsynplus (shado, | München)
live at Harry Klein Club Munich | 29.04.2010

Electrode 2010 - Unofficial mini report

Electrode 2010 - Unofficial mini report from databhi on Vimeo.
indipendent electronic music festival 5° edition
live & dj set: t.raumshnmiere, evil nine, zu, dalek, I.F., truckstop76th, stato elettrico, paolo zerla, aliencrime & Jesterphunk (00nowhere), Sonic visioner,fire at work, Mask, beardyman and more


(visuals) German Ghost - Got Poisoned

(visuals) German Ghost - Got Poisoned from Joey Angerone on Vimeo.
written & performed by: michael joseph schlereth
video by: joey angerone
created using only a picture of a star and a black & white negative... seen below.

Space Invaders for

Space Invaders for from COLOR BLIND on Vimeo.
Preview for the video loops pack "Space Invaders" available at
Pack contains 30 sd seamless loop...

R.Quelven (Napolecitta)

ou les vertus fractales du Détail
Combinations of numbers, maps, writings, paintings and masterpieces of Art History digitally assembled and devoted to an encyclopaedical world called Napolecitta . All this seen through the prism of the Detail, whether iconic or pictorial, it produces the same effect: invite to travel inside...

A Caryatid portrait of Dr Caligari from R.Quelven on Vimeo.
Music by Philip Glass | Opening from Glassworks
wonderfully played by Branka Parlić
5th of july 2005. synagogue, novi sad, Serbia.
Branka Parlić's website

Memorial for the last zebras from R.Quelven on Vimeo.

Istvan's Winter from R.Quelven on Vimeo.
A diptych portrait of a great hungarian artist through his artworks during this winter somewhere in Hungary...
Music by Michael Nyman



MixEmergency is a unique visualisation application capable of being controlled by Scratch Live. It allows the user to mix, scratch and record video and visualisations in real-time.
MixEmergency's powerful controls and high-performance rendering engine allow users to quickly and easily add stunning effects and transitions to their mix.
A free time-limited demo version is available for download. Download and try the demo today.
Licenses are available for purchase online enabling full functionality of the application.
MixEmergency 1.4 adds the ability to load transition and effect plug-ins. Plug-ins give users the freedom to choose which additional effects and transitions they would like to install.
You can download new plug-ins from the plug-ins page.


XNOgrafikz is a small animation & design-collective ("boutique?") specialized in time-based media.
We conceptualize, design & produce animation + live action for audiovisual projects in which graphic communication is crucial for getting across an idea or concept; from TV spots to corporate videos; viral web video to interactive art; from club & concert visuals to architectural video-ambientations.
Our specialty are audiovisual techniques such as micro-edition & micro-sampling: the obsessive sinchronization of animation & live action to the audio track. These techniques are directly derived from the cut & paste ethos of W.S. Burroughs & B. Gysin; they also owe much to Electronic Music & Hip Hop Culture. We record, splinter & scramble. We arrange, compose, loop, sample & sequence.
We live and breathe inside the interzone created by the crossbreeding of graphic design, cinema, and music.

Self Portrait from XNOGRAFIKZ on Vimeo.
Video self-portrait. Music by Murcof. Visuals: Arturo Gil (XNOGRAFIKZ)

Live VJ Session. Music by Eats Tapes. Visual mix: Arturo Gil (XNOGRAFIKZ) Contains samples from the animated film ¨Le Parfum de L'Invisible" adapted by Francis Nielsen from the comic of Milo Manara.

Video: Arturo Gil / CoMa
Audio: CoMa / Juan Arias a.k.a Subnor
Rework of "E-Scape" by visual artist Control Machine (CoMa). Comissioned by Lightrhythm Visuals.
Remix para una pieza de música visual del artista estadounidense CoMA. Encargada por Ben Shepee de Lightrhythm Visuals.
Published in the "Notations 01" DVD Compilation. Publicada en el compilado DVD "Notations 1" de Lightrhythm

Montblanc de La Culture Video Installation from XNOGRAFIKZ on Vimeo.
Instalación de video y visuales de club para el evento Montblanc de la Culture: Arts Patronage Awards. Ganador: Eugenio López, Colección Jumex.
Estación Indianilla, DF, MX
Cliente: Colors
Video Installation and club visuals for ceremony & cocktail, Montblanc de la Culture: Arts Patronage Awards. Winner: Eugenio López, from Colección Jumex.
Estación Indianilla, DF, MX
Client: Colors

Club Visuals for L'oreal from XNOGRAFIKZ on Vimeo.
Club Visuals for L'oreal recorded live. Music by Trentemoller. Mixed by Arturo Gil.


VjShowCase PirateTransmissions vs DjBlac

VjShowCase PirateTransmissions vs DjBlac from piratetrans on Vimeo.

VjShowCase PirateTransmissions vs DjBlac pt2 from piratetrans on Vimeo.


Mécanique des fluides @ VISIONSONIC 2009 from visionsonic on Vimeo.
Digital art festival in France. Show for youth audience, A/V performances, installations, workshops, ...
Performance vidéo et musique acoustique en live, alto, mélodica, machines, bruits, poésie...
Au travers de métamorphoses poétiques, ce travail vidéo raconte la chute des liquides et des corps et propose au spectateur une performance vidéo live accompagnée d’alto et de sonorités du quotidien: illustrant l’écoulement incessant de l’insoutenable légèreté du corps confronté à sa propre finitude.
The physical theory of the fluid mechanics is the study of the behaviour of the internal strength associated to fluids, it is from this physical theory that this video work proposes a metaphoric audio visual performance. In a dreamy soundscape two alto, machines and noises, try to illustrate the unbearable lightness of the body confronted to its own finitude.

Koch - Ouverture

Koch - Ouverture from Jean-Baptiste Di Marco on Vimeo.
Koch is a project developed by Jean-Baptiste Di Marco as a crossover between audio-visual practices. Koch - Ouverture introduces a progressive audio-visual narrative influenced by a VJing practice and experimental cinema. This video is representing one possibility and one step of a data based / loop based narrative.
Koch - Ouverture will be shown as an audio-visual performance from the 14th to the 18th of July 2010 in Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.
Koch est un projet developpé par Jean-Baptiste Di Marco comme une passerelle entre plusieurs pratiques audiovisuelles. Koch - Ouverture présente une narration audiovisuelle progressive influencée par la pratique du VJing et le cinéma expérimental. Cette vidéo démontre une possibilité, une étape d'une narration construite à partir d'une banque de données, de boucles narratives.
Koch - Ouverture sera présenté sous la forme d'une performance audiovisuelle du 14 au 18 Juillet au Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License
Special thanks to NURB who designed the humanoid rig.


Kineme, QC

Particle Attraction from George Toledo on Vimeo.
This is an example of making something similar to Traer physics examples using the Vee based Kineme Particle Tools 3.

new filter from George Toledo on Vimeo.

New Optical Flow, In Progress from George Toledo on Vimeo.
This is a new type of Optical Flow type effect, in progress, that I've done with Quartz Composer and core image. This is one of the test settings.

Cubism from George Toledo on Vimeo.
This Quartz Composer program started out by being inspired by something done in OpenSceneGraph/C++/Cephix, called "particles" that is posted here on Vimeo.
I ended up stumbling on a really different look in the process.
The composition is posted at, as are other some other related compositions.

Ellinikon 2009

Ellinikon 2009 from luma launisch on Vimeo.
Ellinikon 2009 - a work in progress
A visual journey through Athens' old airport Ellinikon presented at the Photobiennale in Thessaloniki
Alexandros Lambrovassilis
Chris Kuklis: electric guitar & effects
Luke Damrosch: laptop
Astrid Steiner
In collaboration with the Museum of Civil Aviation

mumok visuals workshop

mumok visuals workshop from luma launisch on Vimeo.
sound:frame visuals workshop at mumok vienna (MQ)
may 29 & may 6, 2010
by e:v/a & luma launisch
MUSIC : ken hayakawa rmx (i'm fixed - trashpet and the flirtmachines)
VIDEO : florian launisch / / / /