Chill

Chill

Digital animations that offer you the perfect respite from over-stimulation, providing pleasurable visual waves that can be enjoyed in any capacity or setting.

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  • The Sky Report

    Sean Capone

    The Suspended Earth At Large. An Orderly Complex of Stars. The Path of Totality. Patterns in a Prismatic Field. Materia Prima: The Matter of All Forms. Dissolved Refuse. Permanent Water. A Spiritual Blood. Forms In The Realm of Space. A System of Suspended Imminence. Light Curve W...

  • Vitreous

    Robert-Seidel

    The nine virtual sculptures underlying vitreous resulted from experimental setups by Robert Seidel for generating three-dimensional clusters of fibrous refractions, as well as the gravitational lensing of different volumetric and chromatic densities. Singular elements gravitate t...

  • Evil Olive

    Tara Sinn

    Hypnotic escape into a tunnel of moving, pulsating color.

  • Throwing things at the sky to see if they stick

    Barry Whittaker

    Things one might find when they look up in the sky......

    Commissioned in 2014 for Friday Flash No.8, a developmental precursor to the Supernova Digital Animation Festival.

    United States

  • Salvage

    Dirk Koy

    The search for the picturesque component in the digital animation.

    Switzerland

  • Grief Artificial

    Hirad Sab

    "You left ground and sky weeping, mind and soul full of grief. No one can take your place in existence or in absence." - Rumi

    "GRIEF : ARTIFICIAL" is a fictional visual poem describing five stages of grief as experienced by an imaginary artificial super-intelligence called RUMI (R...

  • Phenom Hypnotique

    Kendra Fleischman

    Spectral infiltrations collide and contrast with the natural environment.

    United States

  • Aquarium

    Anabela Costa

    My blue aquarium with my red fish.

    France

  • Figment (version 1)

    Snow Yunxue Fu

  • Signals 1

    Rick Silva and Nicolas Sassoon

    SIGNALS is a collaborative project by artists Nicolas Sassoon (Vancouver, BC) and Rick Silva (Eugene, OR) that focuses on immersive audio-visual renderings of altered seascapes. Sassoon and Silva share an ongoing theme in their individual practices; the depiction...

  • Ecstasy // Normal

    Tobias Williams

    A transcendent digital animation, The Ecstasy // Normal project was first shown at Open Studio in 2015 and was the result of extensive global online research on different corporate imagery used to brand illegal MDMA pills.

    Canada

  • Floats

    Misha Shyukin

    things that float.
    music: summoning ritual by heroin party.

  • Drone

    Greg Marshall

    An experimental art video presenting data visualization from 9 collected news stories on military drone attacks. Each of the news stories are transformed from words and coded into hexidecimal colour grids which are then reformatted and extruded into three dimensional space.

    Ca...

  • Tamas

    Ruslan Khasanov

    Ecstatic pointillism and light in the digital space.

  • Wetware

    Martin Sulzer

    Both abject through its texture and relatable in its fragility, WETWARE offers hyperreality without the common symptoms of alienation. A seemingly self-sustaining ‘organism’ is generated completely in digital through synthesis without reliance on ’real’ imagery. The resulting ima...

  • Where are the newer media?

    Rosa Menkman

    At the momentum of progress we will find Incompatibilities. Incompatibilities are where the potentialities, power and future leaks into the crevices of the not - or never - implemented newer futures. Which is why, if the new media are (partially) defined by the effects of the inte...

  • Innominate

    Tizzy Canucci

    Filmed at Delicatessen in Second Life, Meilo Minotaur greets with ‘whoever tells a tale, adds a point’, a Portugese saying. And so we are invited to make our story from what has been placed there. In my case, I found a visual stream, a textual flow of consciousness, sounds, and t...

  • Spatial Bodies

    Aujik

    Spatial Bodies depicts the urban landscape and architectural bodies as an autonomous living and self replicating organism. Domesticated and cultivated only by its own nature. A vast concrete vegetation, oscillating between order and chaos.

    Music specially composed by Daisuke Tanabe.
    ...

  • The Digital Pilgrims

    Tizzy Canucci

    "Chaucer’s world of The Canterbury Tales meets today’s digital world. Some characters are almost the same, others quite different.
    But do people really change that much?
    Includes spoken Middle English, and archive material."

    United Kingdom

  • Our Music of the Spheres

    Tizzy Canucci

    A film poem combining words, images and music. Set in an abandoned space, overlain with sounds from the past and music of the present. The words reflect how thought, place and time can run parallel or intertwine and give meaning to one another. A machinima filmed at The Far Away ...

  • River in a Cup

    Jeff Jurich

    An abstract treatise depicting a colorful flow of visual liquidity.

    Commissioned in 2014 for Friday Flash No.8, a developmental precursor to the Supernova Digital Animation Festival.

    United States

  • Torsade III

    Gregory Bennett

    An 8 minute looped 3D animation situated in a practice that embraces 3D computer animation and the digital body as the basis for exploring relationships around digital corporeality, embodiment in the digital realm, and the psychological and perceptual spaces surrounding the cog...

  • Time of Flight

    Michael Pelletier

    A spiraling, morphing wave of abstract immensity. Pure visual splendor.

    Netherldands

  • Cosmic Ancestry

    Jill Taffet

    Cosmic Ancestry was inspired by the theory that genetic material from space seeded the earth. It explores abstractly questions of origin, consciousness and mortality.

    United States