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02/22/2010
Tunnels and Mind Control [Animation]
02/03/2010
Conundrum Express [Exhibition]
01/29/2010
Dialects v.3 at BRAC [Exhibition]
11/05/2009
Salon Galic [Exhibition]
10/07/2009
PM Gallery Exhibition Catalogue
10/06/2009
PM Gallery [Exhibition]
06/15/2009
Four Niches [Animation]
06/02/2009
Drawings based on animations
04/04/2009
Tunnels, Reflections Materials [Video]
03/31/2009
Reflections [Video/Animation]
02/23/2009
Reflections Materials (Video)
02/19/2009
Container [Animation]
01/24/2009
Queens International 4 [Exhibition]
01/07/2009
Stages [Video/Animation]
12/27/2008
Tour to the Heaven [Exhibition]
12/05/2008
Web Site Redesign
10/02/2008
s170 Stages [Storyboard]
09/10/2008
Isonauts: Container [Storyboard]
09/01/2008
a172: Cosmic Transformation [Animation]
06/20/2008
Electric Castle Sketch [Storyboard]
06/06/2008
Reflections of Soul [Storyboard]
02/22/2008
Gallery of Contemporary Art, UCCS [Exhibition]
02/18/2008
Dialogues 2008 [Animation]
02/11/2008
Us and Iso [Storyboard]
02/04/2008
SF Drawings [14"x17"]
12/20/2007
Screening [Animation]
12/13/2007
SF Drawings [14"x17"]
12/12/2007
SF Drawings [11"x14"]
12/11/2007
SF Drawings [9"x12"]
11/23/2007
Sets for a164

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02/22/2010
 

Tunnels and Mind Control

A series of animations

Animation exploration of tunnels in one point perspective. Unlike earlier animation with narrative base, this abstract series examines various geometric constellation, repetitive movements and capacity for mind control. Several of the above "tunnels" were merged into a single animation that was featured in the recent exhibition at the Bronx River Art Center in New York.

02/03/2010
 

Conundrum Express

Exhibition: Feb 3 - Mar 20, 2010; Jamaica Center for Arts & Learning, New York

The exhibition was curated by Shinnie Kim and featured artists Humberto Duque, Eun Hyung Kim, Zaun Lee, Jaye Moon, and Dario Solman.
The video "Container", a selection of a Sci-Fi drawings and "Electric Castle" digital prints were featured in the exhibition.

01/29/2010
 

DIALECTS v.3: Blanka Amezkua and Dario Solman; curated by Jose Ruiz

Exhibition: Jan 29 - Mar 20, 2010, Bronx River Art Center, New York

The exhibition is the third installment of the Dialects series curated by Jose Ruiz at the Bronx River Art Center. The series of two-person exhibitions combines the "international" and "New York" artists, and simultaneously bridges cultures and ideologies, inviting artists from countries that are currently underrepresented in the global art scene as a parallel response to the Bronxs own position within the New York art community.
The video "Reflection", a selection of a Sci-Fi drawings and "Tunnel" animation were featured in the exhibition. Also, a site-specific wall drawing was created.

11/05/2009
 

Salon Galic Solo Exhibition

Nov 5 - 22, 2009, Split, Croatia

After an exhibition in Zagreb, the Heart of Perspective, the Making of the Film project has been moved to Salon Galic in Split, Croatia. The exhibition was organized by Viktor Popovic, Gorki Zuvela and HULU, Split with the technical support by Galerija Umjetnina, Split. Photos from the opening #11-14 by Robert Matic.

10/07/2009
 

PM Gallery Exhibition Catalogue

Exhibition: Oct 6 - Nov 1, 2009, Zagreb, Croatia

The solo exhibition at the PM Gallery in Zagreb, Croatia was accompanied with a catalogue. As the exhibition was coordinated with a solo-exhibition by friend artist Conor McGrady, which took place at the same time at Galerija Karas in Zagreb, the published catalogue presents both exhibitions. The text in the book is a conversation between the two artists about their presented work.

10/06/2009
 

PM Gallery, HDLU

Exhibition: Oct 6 - Nov 1, 2009, Zagreb, Croatia

The Heart of Perspective, the Making of the Film project has been shown in a solo exhibition at the PM Gallery, HDLU in Zagreb, Croatia. The gallery is located inside the HDLU (Croatian Association of Artists,) the building that is also known as the Mestrovic Pavilion, former Mosque and former Museum of Revolution.

The exhibition was organized and curated by Branko Franceschi. It was made possible by grants from the Ministry of Culture Republic of Croatia, City of Zagreb City Office for Education, Culture and Sports and Face Croatia. Photos #2-8 provided by the HDLU, Zagreb.

06/15/2009

This content was originaly created as an interactive Flash component.

Four Niches

a137 Animation

06/02/2009
 

Drawings based on isonauts and other animations

14"x17" each; pencil and marker on paper

04/04/2009

Tunnels, Reflections Materials

a169

Four animations made for, but were not used in the Reflections video.

03/31/2009

Reflections

Video/Animation, 4:37 min

A new animation has been completed based on the s169 Storyboard. The online preview is available on: Filmlog Video

02/23/2009

Reflections Materials

a169

A stop-motion animation made for the Reflections video.

02/19/2009

Container

Animation, 7:41 min

"Container" follows isonaut adventures in a abandoned space station. It took us a long time to complete this project as it is our longest and most elaborate computer animation so far. The online preview is available on: Filmlog Video

01/24/2009
 

Queens International 4

Exhibition: Queens Museum of Art, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens, New York, Jan 24 - Apr 26, 2009, Opening: Sat, Jan 24, 6pm-midnight

The "Screening" video was included in the Queens International 4 exhibition at the Queens Museum of Art curated by Jose Ruiz and Erin Sickler. More information about the show is available on the QMA site: >> The photo credit: Queens Museum of Art. The text from the catalogue is by Paul Branca.

01/07/2009

Stages

Video Animation, 4:26 min

A new animation Stages based on s170 storyboards has finally been completed. The online preview is available on: Filmlog Video

12/27/2008

Tour to the Heaven

Exhibition: Eiunin Temple, Kurodani-cho, Kyoto, Japan, Opening: Sat, Dec 27, 12-4:30pm

We participated in an one-day exhibition and music festival at the Eiunin Temple in Kyoto. Above: the invite for the event with a photo by artist Saeri Kiritani.

12/05/2008
 

Redesign: Filmlog 2.4

Filmlog went through another round of designs and technical tweaks. The home page has been redesigned and adapted to larger screen sizes, in response to current screen size statistics. The web log Flash-based interface has also been improved in various ways to improve the user experience. Most notably, the thumbnails and pagination were added to the growing entree list to make the browsing easier.

10/02/2008
 

Stages Storyboard

s170

09/10/2008
 

Isonaut Storyboards: Container

A journey of several astronauts through a large and mysterious space station called "Container."

09/01/2008

This content was originaly created as an interactive Flash component.

Cosmic Transformation

Animation 172

An animation sketch

06/20/2008
 

Electric Castle Temelin

A series of images - a sketch for a video.

06/06/2008
 

Reflections of Soul

s169

02/22/2008
 

Gallery of Contemporary Art, Solo Exhibition

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs

A large number of drawings and 8 videos where shown in a solo show exhibition at the Gallery of Contemporary Art at UCCS in Colorado Springs. The show was organized and curated by the gallery director Christopher Lynn. He also wrote texts on the invite and gallery write-up shown above.

Related links:
- About the show on the UCCS site >>
- An article by Frances Gomeztagle in Colorado Springs Independent [shown above] >>
- An article by Mark Arnets in The Gazette, Colorado Springs >>

02/18/2008

Dialogues 2008

Animation, 6:53 min

The new version of the 2006 video animation Dialogues. The online version is available on: Filmlog Video

02/11/2008
 

Us and Iso

Storyboard 10

02/04/2008
 

Science Fiction Drawings

14"x17" pencil, pen, brush, ink, tape

Snapshots of recent drawings

12/20/2007

Screening [a164]

Video Animation, 4:13 min,

The new animation Screening has been completed. The online version is available on: Filmlog Video

12/13/2007
 

Science Fiction Drawings

14"x17" pencil, pen, brush, ink, tape

Snapshots of recent drawings

12/12/2007
 

Science Fiction Drawings

11"x14" and 11"x15" pencil, pen, brush, ink, tape

Snapshots of recent drawings

12/11/2007
 

Science Fiction Drawings

9"x12" pencil, pen, brush, ink, tape

Snapshots of recent drawings

11/23/2007
 

sets for a164

A series of set designs for the new animation in development.