by Daniel Franke (We Are Chopchop). Fast Fourier transform of sound data with expressions in After effects. Music: u_09-1-2 by alva noto.

Soundsculptures, liquid, Video Clip, Code


Film as Film: Formal Experiment in Film 1910-1975 (1979) is a catalogue of an exhibition held at the Hayward Gallery in London from 3 May until 17 June 1979 on rare, essential and controversial avant-garde film history.

Grid Index (2009) by Carsten Nicolai is the first comprehensive visual lexicon of patterns and grid systems. Based upon years of research, artist and musician Carsten Nicolai has discovered and unlocked the visual code for visual systems into a systematic equation of grids and patterns. The accompanying CD contains all of the grids and patterns featured in the publication from the simplest grids made up entirely of squares to the most complex irregular ones with infinitely unpredictable patterns of growth, as editable vector graphic data files. (Gestalten)

Len Lye (2009) co-edited by the curator Tyler Cann and the writer, critic and poet Prof. Wystan Curnow is a tribute to one of New Zealand’s most internationally acclaimed artists is the most comprehensive visual presentation of Len Lye’s art to date.

Over 1,000 new photographs were created and hundreds of them selected for this image-rich publication, presenting the full range of Len Lye’s work, from drawings and paintings right through to his photograms and kinetic experimentations. (Govett-Brewster)



Onur Senturk studied traditional painting and figure drawing followed by a traditional animation degree as his BFA. He took part in several international and national collaborative exhibitions with works in both print and time-based media. Onur Senturk designed and animated Triangle which is awarded twice by Vimeo as best motion graphics and Nokta. which received honorary mention from Ars Electronica in Computer Animation/ Film /VFX category. He has been featured in many national and international magazines, newspapers, and events. (Onur Senturk)

Black (2010) by Susi Sie is focused on fear of the uncontrollable and its close relationship to fascination with the unfamiliar. All of its scenes were filmed with a Canon 5D Mark II, 100mm macro, and have been edited with no additional computer animation and effects. The original score for this short was created by Clemens Haas (1968, Germany), who studied Audio and Video Engineering as well as classical piano in Düsseldorf. (Susi Sie)

Pfadfinderei is a design bureau operating on an international level. Finding and visualizing paths was the approach that led to the name Pfadfinderei (engl. pathfinders/ boyscouts). Starting off in Berlin in 1998 as a vector orientated design bureau, Pfadfinderei soon expanded to what might be called an enhanced multimedia Wurstfabrik. The big passion of Pfadfinderei's members has always been live visualisation of music. Back in the days they were VJing in various Clubs, nowadays they are planning, creating and performing visual installations on an international level. (Pfadfinderei)

Aquarelles (1980) - Abstract video art created by Tom DeWitt, Vibeke Sorensen and Dean Winkler. Music by Vibeke Sorensen. (Thomas Ditto)

Voyage (1981) is an abstract video by Dean Winkler, Tom DeWitt, Vibeke Sorensen and Robert Lund. Music by Tom DeWitt and Vibeke Sorensen. A flight inwards and outwards, this piece is inspired by Marshall McLuhan's idea that electronic media extend our perception. (Vibeke Sorensen)