Aboriginal Song Lines/Memory Code

A quick intro: Guardian: Indigenous songlines: a beautiful way to think about the confluence of story and time Paul Daley 2016 https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jul/04/indigenous-songlines-a-beautiful-way-to-think-about-the-confluence-of-story-and-time Good quote at end: it’s a challenging but beautiful way to think about the confluence of story and time. Indigenous story starts in the distant past and lives today. Time in traditional Indigenous… Continue reading Aboriginal Song Lines/Memory Code

Studio above and below

Digital Atmosphere example

“Their work combines computational design, speculative storytelling and digital art in order to draw together unseen connections between humans, machines and the environment – working towards better future interactions with our environment. Believing in research based art, Studio Above&Below works with scientists, technologists and communities to push the boundaries of digital media for future living.”

How to Find Silence in a Noisy World

From New York Times April 2nd 2018 “Sanctuaries of Silence” takes you on a virtual journey into one of Earth’s last remaining bastions of true quiet — the Hoh Rain Forest, in Washington State. Shooting in beautifully immersive 360 video, directors Adam Loften and Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee follow acoustic ecologist Gordon Hempton as he explores the… Continue reading How to Find Silence in a Noisy World

Season Animation

2000 A representation of a journey through colour to represent the slowly changing seasons based on Johannes Itten’s sketches in the art of colour.