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Gentleman Scholar artists’ QF Radio campaign ‘Anthem’

Gentlemen Scholar are a group of artists with a studio based in Los Angeles. A group of solution driven artists situated at the intersection of story, style and technology. Gentleman Scholar describes the spot, Anthem, as at once an exercise in motion control, a stirring visual representation of radio, and a tribute to the distinct cultural elements of Qatar that the station covers. Continue reading


Alasdair and Jock Projecting onto Buckingham Palace

Animation duo Alasdair and Jock had their animation piece “Must Be Love” projected on enormous screens at Buckingham Palace during celebrations of the Queen’s diamond jubilee. Continue reading


Hussein Chalayan’s “Place to Passage” in Madrid

While the designer Hussein Chalayan is known for his conceptual and experimental approach to fashion, this video piece takes his artistic abilities to a whole new level. Continue reading


Timothy Simon’s visual campaign in Kenya

“Inspired by the upcoming Kenyan election, Timothy Simon created a 3D render that is simulated by the Kenyan National Anthem.

The animation was made using Cinema 4D and a sound effector, the ideology behind it was inspired by a tutorial observed ongreyscalegorilla.com made by Mr Nick Campbell. The three elements used are a sphere, pyramid and a platonic each with a colour from the Kenyan National Flag.” Continue reading


How Digital TV has made its impact in the global technology market?

The first Satellite dishes available in 1970’s were big satellite equipment that were fixed into backyards because their size did not allow them to be fixed onto the roofs. The modern day satellite equipment are smaller in size that can be attached to any wall and are hardly noticeable. However, with the introduction of digital television technology, the satellites and terrestrial broadcasts is soon going to be a thing of the past. Continue reading


Gap Project – Generations Compared

7-8-9 March 2012 Sala incontri MAXXI B.A.S.E. Curators: Micol Di Veroli and Giovanna Sarno   The Gap Project – Generations Compared aims to provide evidence to the medial and imaginative power of video art, a means to transmit sensations and … Continue reading


“How I learned to stop listening and love the noise”

“How I learned to stop listening and love the noise”: Christopher Baker’s artwork ‘Hello World’ is a compilation of 5000 home-made videos from all over the world, to celebrate digital communities and the possibility for anyone to share opinions and thoughts. From our UK correspondent Lucia Ruggiero. Continue reading


Maurice Benayoun @ Streaming Museum NYC

Streaming Museum is on-site installations and on-line streaming performances. “Emotion Forecast” and “Occupy Wall Screens” are the birthday-exhibition of the Museum. The installation was at Big Screen Plaza in New York City, and will be displayed for the whole 2012 in the Streaming Museum website. Continue reading