Loving these cement cast “future fossils.” A couple of em are even affordable!
Need to get one of these for mom, she kills it at solitaire. By Skrekkogle.
Complete credits, awards and screening history: maxhattler.com/aanaatt
Onedotzero interview with Max Hattler: vimeo.com/13454564
1-minute teaser: vimeo.com/1640427
“Hattler proposes an unusual stop-motion animation, where objects of abstract shape and unknown function move in a space that bears no relationship to any kind of real experience. The various elements move within this three dimensional space, like parts of a dynamic painting that condenses a whole series of references to contemporary art: from the constructivism of Moholy-Nagy, to the historic abstracts of Mondrian and Klee, and on to the more recent experience of conceptual and kinetic art. Changing shapes, plays of colour and transforming surfaces compose a dynamic universe that is both alienating and fascinating at the same time.” Invideo 2010, Italy
From the director of “Disturbia” & “Eagle Eye” starring Emmy Rossum from Showtime’s Shameless. Intel and Toshiba present Hollywood’s first Social Film, Inside. A social film is a live entertainment experience, blending film and social media.
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Woah. Scott Weaver’s “Rolling Through the Bay” (which we wrote about back in 2008) is a beautifully intricate model of San Francisco made of 100,000 toothpicks. Rather than going for geographic accuracy, Weaver reinterprets San Francisco and its landmarks as a giant labyrinthine sculpture. Ping pong balls can be sent on tours through various tracks hidden within the structure (see the video.) “Rolling Through they Bay,” which has been under construction since 1974, is on display at San Francisco’s Exploratorium museum until May 31, 2011. via
“SURREAL: A 15-meter (49-foot) head was fixed on a torso with cranes and integrated into a floating stage on Lake Constance near Bregenz, Austria, Thursday. It is part of the stage setting for the opera ‘Andre Chenier’ by Italian composer Umberto Giordano, which will premiere in July. (Felix Kaestle/Associated Press)” Via