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Oct 21, 2014
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Study Links & Recommendations

everyframeapainting:

People have asked me to recommend other resources for studying films, and I thought I would consolidate this in one spot.

Books on film:
“Making Movies” by Sidney Lumet
“On Film-Making” by Alexander Mackendrick
“The Conversations: Walter Murch and the Art of Editing” by Michael Ondaatje

Oct 21, 2014
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gavriilklimov:

work in progress of an unfinished personal project.
hopefully i will wrap it up in few months.

gavriilklimov:

work in progress of an unfinished personal project.

hopefully i will wrap it up in few months.

Oct 18, 2014
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Oct 18, 2014
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neuromaencer:

hello from neuromaencer!

neuromaencer:

hello from neuromaencer!

(via neuromaencer)

Oct 15, 2014
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ca-tsuka:

"Ghost In The Shell - Genga Shuu" artbook coming this week in Japan.

Oct 15, 2014
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prostheticknowledge:

To Be Reproduced

Interactive installation by Bram Snijders puts the viewer into a virtual room and moves according to their viewpoint - video embedded below:

To Be Reproduced is an interactive video installation that revisits the classic painting Not to be Reproduced a work made in 1937 by the Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. The installation reflects on the pervasiveness of virtual spaces that have become an integral part of our daily social lives, and the way data traces are used to build sophisticated reproductions of the user.

In To Be Reproduced the viewer enters a hybrid space where the physical and the virtual world are closely intertwined. Positioned in front of the mirroring plane the viewer is enveloped in a virtual space where it meets a faceless digital reproduction of itself. As other participants are mirrored correctly the viewer takes on the role of the person depicted in Magritte’s painting.

This uncanny representation of the faceless user in a graphical point cloud refers to the voyeuristic nature of modern communication culture and to the data traces that are used to generate sophisticated consumer profiles. Instead of depicting people by mimicking nature, models are in-formed by analyzing metadata.

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Oct 15, 2014
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arqvac:

I.M. Pei | Everson Museum of Art, 1965-69 Syracuse

arqvac:

I.M. Pei | Everson Museum of Art, 1965-69 Syracuse

(Source: facebook.com, via architecturepastebook)

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