Niche.LA Video Art Portfolio
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Niche.LA Video Art
Niche.LA Video Art is a video production company specializing in music videos, sizzle reels, commercials, live events, and documentaries.
TateShots: Turner Prize 2013 Nominee, Laure Prouvost
Really cool projections onto architecture, giving vidid colour and dimensions to the faces of these buildings.
An impressive 3D demo written in 64k and displayed in PC Text Mode, put together by Komojo for the TMDC 2012 demoparty - video embedded below:
This demo is mainly an experiment to see what I can do with a new rendering technique and 3D texture-mapped polygons. There isn’t much of a theme other than “things that look cool in this art style.”
Here is a reenactment of how I made this demo:
"Hey, I’ve got an idea! Why don’t I make a demo with animated 3D characters! Hmmm…not enough time to learn how to make and export the models. Why don’t I just hard-code everything one vertex at a time? It’s a terribly nerdy way to make a demo, but it works.
It is best to see it in it’s original executable format (and you get a better idea of the text mode used), which you can download at Pouet here
Hat-tip - The Demo Scene Tumblr
In a couple hours the first of my videos will be broadcast on TV for Tele Visions. Celebrating and commemorating the turning off of analogue TV in Australia.
Tune in here for the eye dripping and seizure inducing web stream http://televisionsproject.org/
Roman Susan is now accepting video submissions for an ongoing series which will be initiated in the first quarter of 2014.
Video works will be featured at irregular intervals through the year, projected through the gallery windows at times when the art space is not open to the general public.
As projections will be coming from within the closed space, film sound may be muted or potentially unheard by passersby.
All accepted works will also be featured online at romansusan.org and on social media.
To submit work for this series please email all relevant information including direct hyperlinks for video to email@example.com
First Series Deadline: February 1, 2014
Only the very brightest can solve this giant Rubik’s Cube: An entire BUILDING has been turned into an illuminated version of the classic puzzle
- The building that’s been transformed is an exhibition centre in Linz, Austria
- It was created by Interface Culture student Javier Lloret for his thesis
- Users can control the lights using a normal-sized ‘interface cube’
Motion & Video Design Inspiration #46
This post is part of my regular series of posts showing the most inspiring motion & video design…
Adham Faramawy - Violet Likes Psychic Honey 2.