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  • manuellnon 4:00 on 29 June 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    FAT poster 


  • manuellnon 17:04 on 31 May 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    FAT UR BREED MACHINE (2 updates) 

    1st update:

    I was compositing images on a video for the final show and the title “future breed machine” was partially hidden by a column of dense smoke particles. Suddenly the letters on screen didn’t look like the original title anymore but something like “fat ur breed machine”. And I like it, so here’s the new title: FAT UR BREED MACHINE.


    2nd update:

    an example of the type of sounds I’ll be using + particle system (smoke screenshots)

    particle sys

  • manuellnon 15:48 on 27 May 2016 Permalink | Reply
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    future breed machine update2 (infrastructure) 

    thinking about the display of my piece for the final show.

    the machine will be an A/V work in two parts: resting time and performance.

    during the resting time there will be a video loop and atmospheric sound, whereas the performance will take place every evening for about 20 minutes.


    here two ideas of how the video/sound could be displayed:



    1 – Triple monitor floor stand

    the central arm would be used as a screen mount and the speakers would be hanging on the two arms on the sides

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    2 (best) Dual screen back to back ceiling mount

    front side as screen side and back side would hang the speakers on a custom made support (lasercut DNA shape? / simple bar)


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    Extra: 3 I’ll be playing TrackMania while you can enjoy everyone else’s work

  • manuellnon 18:00 on 29 July 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    camberwell summer show report 

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    ‘Future Breed Machine’ is a collection of elements stolen from google search, youtube, torrent archives and 3D models databases. I have been collecting series of ‘trends’ like burnout and green screen videos, dance music melodies (MIDI lines), tribal tattoos.

    My piece for this interim show is a proposal/sketch for next year; investigating how these elements spread across the web my aim is to create ‘machines’ melting together trends and attitudes into a visual organism (for the final show). The installation conceived for Camberwell was composed by six tattooed fake skin sheets, three carbon paper sheets and two tribal-shaped yoga mats. These sketches led me to collect material I will use in the video mentioned at the end of the previous post.

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