A child taxidermist, an outsider in his small town, is entranced by a girl who finds his work beautiful. But just as their relationship begins to progress, he does something that drastically changes everything.
Ever wanted to live in a strange house with topless ladies, milk, cake, mice, and an axe? Black Marble invites you to live vicariously via this noir video for “Backwards,” directed by Timothy Fiore. “Backwards” can be found on the debut Weight Against the Door EP, out now on Hardly Art. hardlyart.com
Nightvision is a celebration of the brilliance and diversity of architecture found across Europe. Over the course of three months I journeyed with a friend through 36 cities in 21 countries with the ambition of capturing some of the greatest European structures in a new and unique way. Comprised of thousands of carefully taken photographs, strung together and stabilized in post-production, Nightvision aims to inspire appreciation for these man-made landmarks.
Nightvision would not have been possible without my Kickstarter backers, the support of the American University of Paris community, everyone who helped along the way, and of course, those who designed and built these architectural masterpieces.
Animation: Juli Perez, Dante Zaballa, vjsuave
Character Design: Ygor Marotta
Special Thanks: Jan Ehlen, Jerry Jerome, Alexandra Zimmer, Yochanan Rauert, Daniel Derg, Bjorn Samson, Cristiana Faria
Shiny Toys Festival
Mülheim an der ruhr
A spiritual journey in search of self-knowledge, conscience and love. This short movie was produced independently and recorded during vjsuave’s residency at “Shiny toys Festival” in Germany.
Vjsuave is Ygor Marotta and Ceci Soloaga, a new media art duo based in Sao Paulo, as specialists in moving projection they create movies that are poignant, warm and personal, crafted from hand-drawn media, transformed into digital animation then projection-mapped in a way that seems to bring streets alive. Characters walk across the landscape with a convincing blend of movement and real moving projections.
Traces of light are broadcast onto landscapes by a moving laser aboard a train. In Light Echoes, we collapse time and space into images which document the historical pulses of data in the form of light reflecting off earth and matter.
This is the first expression of an ongoing series.
Created by Aaron Koblin & Ben Tricklebank
Music by Shigeto - “Detroit Part 1” from the album “No Better Time Than Now”
Photography: Ben Tricklebank
Technical Director: Gustavo Huber
Production Company - Tool of North America
President - Brian Latt
Executive Producer - Oliver Fuselier
Executive Producer - Danielle Peretz
Producer - Kelly Christensen
Camera operator - Robert Smathers
Assistant Camera - Jason Gonzalez
Digital Imaging Technician - Sherry Miranda
C Camera Operator - Beatrice Copeland
Laser Technician - Chris Stuart
Editor - Anders Hoffmann
Colorist - Loren White
Locations - Filmore & Western Railway
Special thanks to Doug Aitken, Molly Logan, Chris Totushek, Barry Threw.