Saturday, 31 December 2011

Peter Donebauer "Entering" (1974)

"The imagery and sound in Entering were performed 'live' by Donebauer and composer Simon Desorgher, and recorded in real time, using a colour TV studio at the Royal College of Art. Later Donebauer and Richard Monkhouse developed the Videokalos synthesiser, as an image-sound performance instrument. Entering was transmitted by the BBC in 1974."

Uploaded by Visual Remix Workshop "Visual remix" is a project consisting of workshop series aiming to explore ideas of remix in visual arts and design. It invites students to re-interpret or hybridize classic design/art piece and produce unique result independent of the intentions and vision of the original designer/artist.
Project by Rafaela Drazic (

Friday, 30 December 2011

Sabrina Ratté at Bubble Byte

Sabrina Ratté
Activated Memory
31/12/11 - 29/01/12
30/12/2011 (7-11pm GMT)

" is pleased to present Activated Memory, a solo exhibition by Canadian artist Sabrina Ratté.

Activated Memory is a two video project based on animated photographs of different parks and buildings of Montreal. Through the use of video feedback, 3D animation and color manipulations, the pictures render a new kind of space, a virtual world where only fragments of "reality" subsist. The music accompaniment is composed by Roger Tellier-Craig.

In Activated Memory I, a video created for The Download section of, parks appear through a very minimalist form composed by trees and grass. It is a journey through the parks disposal and their interaction with light, almost creating a surreal experience while studying symmetric relationships between various elements like dunes, bridges, lost routes and nature. The park and its imaginary recall childhood visits and the way of looking at things, almost like a hologram of an idealised memory.

Activated Memory II, created exclusively for, uses buildings as the main subject of observation. As a counterpoint to parks, buildings are characterised by angular forms and opaque surfaces. Architecture is used as a point of departure to create instability. Buildings discompose their limits into the frame while the geometric original shapes and dimensions of the image loose control to create an entrance to a chaotic space where forms become liquid."

Monday, 26 December 2011

Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Warner Jepson

Not sure how much Jepson was involved with the video or if he always had collaborators, never the less some beautiful images and sounds.

 "Orange Wind" via shinkoyo

Ice Box Nice Box via gryflett

Music Jepson with Video from Stephen Beck via zackdagoba

With Bob Pacelli on video via clemgal007