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11/01/2015
Cappella Volo [Storyboard]
08/14/2015
Cappella Orbita [Storyboard]
07/24/2015
Origins Performance [Animation]
07/09/2015
The Artist Journey Procession [Storyboard]
06/23/2015
Black Dance [Animation]
06/10/2015
We Will Protect You [Animation]
06/02/2015
The Residence [Storyboard]
04/01/2015
Artist Journey [Storyboard]
12/30/2014
Barren Valley [Storyboard]
11/19/2014
Museum [Storyboard]
11/09/2014
The Pattern [Storyboard]
10/28/2014
Gallery Tunnel [Animation]
10/07/2014
The Tunnel [Storyboard]
09/28/2014
Tourism [Storyboard]
09/16/2014
Soundscapes [Video]
09/11/2014
The Stage [Storyboard]
09/03/2014
Fields [Storyboard]
08/27/2014
Animation Affliction [Storyboard]
08/19/2014
Orbit Metaphysics [Storyboard]
08/11/2014
Troubled Dreams on Plaza [Storyboard]
08/01/2014
Locations [Writing]
07/24/2014
Geometric Sounds [Audio]
07/03/2014
SurFace [Animation]
06/25/2014
SurFace [Storyboard]
06/19/2014
Filmlog v3.0
03/27/2014
Science Fiction: New Death [Exhibition]
03/17/2014
Spectators [Storyboard]
03/11/2014
Group Photograph [Storyboard]
03/05/2014
Pilgrims [Storyboard]
11/15/2013
38th Split Salon [Exhibition]

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11/01/2015
 

Cappella Volo

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This is another chapel storyboard and it is tied to one of earliest works within the Heart of Perspective: the Floating video from 2002.

08/14/2015
 

Cappella Orbita

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07/24/2015

Origins Performance

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07/09/2015
 

The Artist Journey Procession

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A further development of the Artist Journey series from 2014 that is here transformed into a procession or parade.

06/23/2015

Black Dance Animation Sketch

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06/10/2015

We Will Protect You

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06/02/2015
 

The Residence

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04/01/2015
 

Artist Journey

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An overview of the Artist Journey series that consists of 8 storyboards created in 2014.

12/30/2014
 

Barren Valley

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The second to last segment in the Journey series. The series is now complete and consists of 8 storyboards. The segments run in the following order: #1 Troubled Dreams on Plaza (s228|08/11/2014); #2 Tourism (s229|09/28/2014); #3 Pilgrims (s218|03/05/2014); #4 Fields (s230|09/03/2014); #5 Stage (s231|09/11/2014); #6 Tunnel (s237|10/07/2014); #7 Barren Valley (s244|12/30/2014); #8 Museum (s240|11/19/2014);

11/19/2014
 

Museum

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Most probably the concluding segment in the Journey series. The narrative currently consists of 7 storyboards. One more segment is still under construction and would be second to last, between the Tunnel and this storyboard.

11/09/2014
 

The Pattern

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10/28/2014

Gallery Tunnel

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We may not be able to understand Exhibition Machines, but here we make a step closer towards showing it.

10/07/2014
 

The Tunnel

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A new storyboard in the journey narrative.

09/28/2014
 

Tourism

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The new storyboard continues the journey narrative. This segment comes after the Troubled Dreams on Plaza (8/11/14) and is followed by latter sequences: the Pilgrims (3/5/14), Fields (9/3/14) and Stage (9/11/14).

09/16/2014

Soundscapes

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In an earlier entree we have explored mathematical approach towards creating audio component for our projects. Here we try another, more organic way of creating non-musical sounds. Various found clips such as radio songs and environmental recordings have been folded and layered on top of each other to create thick audio segments. These layers were than processed through a graphic equalizer where surprising discreet sonic accidents were amplified. The resulting tracks appear like the wall of sound, while the original material that it is derived from is mostly unrecognizable.

For the purposes of the Filmlog presentation, the tracks were combined with camera recordings from our video library. These incidental pairings turned out interesting and have opened a new direction for the development of the storyboards. Each storyboard could be accompanied with such simple non-narrative but atmospheric audio-video loop.

09/11/2014
 

The Stage

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This segment continues the narrative started in the Pilgrims storyboard about three travelers on their journey to find the artist.

09/03/2014
 

Fields

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This narrative is a part of the same story arc started with Troubled Dreams on Plaza and Pilgrims storyboards, which follow a trio of travelers on their journey to find the artist.

08/27/2014
 

Animation Affliction

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The storyboard uses a segment of the Target Orbit animation for its backdrop.

08/19/2014
 

Orbit Metaphysics

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A storyboard with scenery based on the Target Orbit animation from 2013.

08/11/2014
 

Troubled Dreams on Plaza

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A storyboard that serves as a prequel to the Pilgrims narrative created earlier this year.

08/01/2014
 

Locations

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Here we review locations that have been used in various Filmlog projects, and examine their impact on the work.

07/24/2014

Geometric Sounds

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The audio component in various Heart of Perspective projects is mostly kept very simple and conceptually ambiguous. Here we experiment with sound and try to bring it closer to the geometric language that is featured so prominently in the project. The above examples are sound patterns created as simple MIDI sequences based on the Fibonacci numbers, which are employed first rhythmically and in later examples chromatically.

Fibonnaci numbers is a sequence of numbers: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8 ,13 ,21, 34, 55 etc, where each following number is the sum of the previous two. The particular significance of the sequence is that it is closely related to the golden section: the ratio between each sequential pair of numbers approximates the golden ratio: 2/1, 3/2, 5/3, 8/5 etc. While the divine proportion has been one of the tenants of classic esthetics since the antiquity, it is also connected to the fractal geometry and touches on many themes closely related to Filmlog projects.

07/03/2014

SurFace Animation Sketch

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An animation to accompany SurFace storyboard.

06/25/2014
 

SurFace

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06/19/2014
 

Web Site Redesign: Filmlog v3.0

After 10 years of using the Flash-based Version 2 interface, Filmlog has been redesigned to keep up with current trends in interactive design and user experience. With a decline in Flash support especially among mobile devices, we have decided to transfer Filmlog back to HTML/CSS/JS code base. Since large portion of the content was originally created in Flash, we still rely heavily on the use of Flash plugin. And this is still the best way to view this content. But now we also feature a video player alternative for platforms that do not allow the use of Flash. Last 10 years have seen a great increase of the bandwidth capacity in the general market. This allows us to show more video content and in better quality. The Version 3 has also been tweaked to adhere to the Responsive Web Design approach and make the web site work well across all viewing platforms.

03/27/2014
 

Science Fiction: New Death

Exhibition: September 13 - November 24, 2013; Fact, Liverpool, UK

The exhibition was curated by Omar Kholeif and Mike Stubbs, and based on writing by China Mieville.
The Target Orbit animation was exhibited together with 16 related prints. The work was created within the frame of the European Culture Programme 2007-2013 and Liverpool Biennial.
More information: http://www.fact.co.uk/

03/17/2014
 

Spectators

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Storyboards based on our participation in the 30th Biennial of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana. The architecture is based on the Modern Gallery in Ljubljana and particulars of the exhibition installation.

03/11/2014
 

Group Photograph

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03/05/2014
 

Pilgrims

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11/15/2013

Fantasizing - Dislocating, 38th Split Salon Exhibition,

Exhibition: November 15 - December 15, 2013; Split, Croatia

The 38th Split Salon was curated by Blazenka Perica and Janka Vukmir with the title Fantasizing - Dislocating. The exhibition occupied various locations around Split, Croatia. We have exhibited animation Starcity and prints Navigational Screens. More information is available at the exhibition web site.