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The Interpretation is set to a minimal score filled with authentic sounds of nature, complimenting the environmental essence of the visuals. Visuals by Michael Paul Young. Soundtrack by Michael Cina. DVD is now available!

Clever idea for an iPhone app. Up next is scratching, apparently. Built by Theo Watson, made with openFrameworks.

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23 April 2009

by Mike Winkelman, aka beeple.

Chris Cunningham > Gucci

21 April 2009

I’m always fascinated to hear what Chris Cunningham is up to. Most recently he directed a commercial for Gucci’s Flora. More can be found about his recent activities in this interview in the new Vice.

Synth Eastwood

20 April 2009

Synth Eastwood is accepting submissions for their upcoming show in Dublin. The current brief is “HOMEMADE”. The show will be taking place on May 15, 2009. Closing date for entries is May 4. For a quick view of past shows, check out the reel.

Established in 2006 Synth Eastwood is a Dublin based music, art & technology group. Our aim is to present creative work from around the world in an atmosphere more akin to a gig than an exhibition. This is done by inviting artists of every field and level of experience to submit work based on a theme/brief we set. All relevant work is welcomed and exhibited at no cost* to the artist.

Finally, The Mighty Boosh comes to America. You can now watch the third season on adultswim.com – current episode: Journey to the Centre of the Punk. Thank you Adult Swim! And thanks Nick, for the heads up.

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Fascinating interview with Pipilotti Rist talking about her new exhibit at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in The Netherlands (open until 10 May 2009). Makes me wish I lived in that part of the world… if you do, go check it out! Thanks for the link Jorrit.

Drongo plays the drums!

07 April 2009

Electric Eel Fish Films‘ first offering, Drongo plays the drums. I love the facial expressions. Thanks for the email.

Film the Blanks

04 April 2009

An ongoing experiment to abstract and/or reduce film posters – John Taylor.

SoriSu

26 March 2009

SoriSu is a new electronic musical interface/instrument based on Sudoku puzzles.

Via Wired – New Musical Instruments Battle