Seung-Hwan Oh is an experimental photographer and microbiologist working in Seoul, South Korea. In his recent series, Impermanence, "...he cultivates fungus that he applies to his film. Through this process, the microorganisms slowly devour the film...the intended result is what appears through disappearance...".
OBJEKT V is a physical / virtual collaborative effort by Max Negrelli, Jonas Wiese, and post-production studio URBANSCREEN. Together they blend the realms of VFX, 3D projection and 3D printing into one visually perplexing experience that bends the brain.
Director / technical auteur / music artist Mitch Stratten brings us OCP / Orifice Conditioning Plate. An immersive and unhinged narrative focusing more on the procedural importance of its acting components to extract a very eye-widening sense of awe. Check it out after the jump!
Director Adrien Servadio, playing from an original idea by Gauthier Flauder, presents Immersives. An abstract telling (with an appropriate title) of two bodies submerged in an expanse of water, light and darkness.
The red eyes are more than just photographic flash side effects, they are powerful signals of manipulation that evoke the ability to shape-shift by will. All Flowers in Time is an enigmatic and perplexingly tonal tale by director Jonathan Caouette. Now the full short can be streamed online! Check out more after the jump.
Jean-Paul Frenay is a visual artist currently based in Brussels, Belgium that has touched upon a healthy palette of media bases such as: film, VFX, performance pieces, interaction installations, experimental video, photography, and even music (I, The Phoneix). With such a busy schedule, we here at EK were more than appreciative to have him take the time and divulge us about the mindset behind his varying projects, and what continues to artistically drive him forward to this day. Check out the full spread of Q&A after the jump. Enjoy!
Australian documentarian Anna Broinowski takes on the challenge of creating her own propaganda piece, by following the cinematic guidelines of the ultimate movie manipulator Kim Jong-Il. Aim High In Creation captures the process of Broinowski’s bold new experiment, as well as the historical / cultural background revolving the infamous dictator’s film-obsessed life.
A careful combination of visual / aural editing can flesh out a richer and more prominent viewing experience, as seen in the latest experimental efforts by Ruslan Khasanov’s Pacific Light. With accompanying music by Boris Blank.
Yes No Yes Yes Go indulges our senses to a glitch-filled experimental experience, as the semi-doc-fantasy-narrative pulls us through the events of a youthful and energetic music festival. An unique vision by director Andrew Morgan.