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Disturban is a study of a modern city and its enormous social, technological and media pressures by native digital citizen Ergo Efremov (also seen and heard in Καταπυγον and HAUP me). It is an exercise in total deconstruction of electronic dance music which reaches high level of abstraction and yet preserves conceptual unity.
Sound of the project, described by listeners as “something between dub techno, muslimgause and noisegrind”, consists of drones, autistic samples, overused drummachines and polyrhythmic breaks. All melts together in grotesque and corporeal sound through a series of alchemic permutations, both digital and analogue: granular sampling and re-synthesis, signal leaks, buffer underrun and overflow, power starvation, bizarre feedback loops and artifacts of noise-canselling processes, compression and distortion.
Dissolve in harsh but tender hug of a soundwave.
All hail the beauty of a bug!
Project 850 combines computational design and creative coding to design the visual language of the global print campaign for the BMW 8 Series. Using VVVV we coded live visual caustics, light reflections and gradients to fit the desired aesthetics in reference to the individual architecture. The generated content is then projected into space, covering the product and filling the environment with digital lighting.
Art Direction Photography: Igor Panitz
Art Direction Digital Content: Waltz Binaire
Technical Direction Digital: Mickey van Olst
Generative Design: Pavel Karafiat
Projector Setup: Proietta
Technical Director Projector: Matteo Pertusio
Post Production: rhein.Art Postproduktion and Stefan Eisele Postproduktion
Production: Peak Productions
Agency: Serviceplan, Christine Behrendt, Sebastian Stabenau, Adam Karger, Jan Grothklags
BMW: Judith Hebele, Amelie Klim, Heiko Kircher
Camera1: Davide Marcone
Camera2: Timothy Heys Cerchio
Music: Balanescu Quartett - Mother
Colorgrading: André Froelian
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