February 16, 2006

what we sow

on monday i showed you a lot of little movies.
i showed you only video done with a photo camera, or with the stop animation technique.
here you have the list of those videos and (when possible) a link to watch it.

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C.I.C.C.I.O. goes to beijing

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this video (and many more) was done during the e1's activities. on e1 website you can find this one and all the others.

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Yellow fever
Lasesarre Football Stadium.
Nomad Arquitectos

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this video is not already on line :(
for the moment you can see some stills and visit the web site of NoMad Arquitectos, the studio led by Eduardo Arroyo

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Daft Punk Is Playing At My House
LCD Soundsytem

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and now a couple of videos by my favorite director, monsieur michel gondry.
i strongly suggest you to buy his dvd, a collection of music video+ads+a stunning documentary titled i've been 12 forever (he speaks english a little bit better than me...)
during the presentation we sow:

i fell in love with a girl and the hardest bottom to bottom

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both videos are done for white stripes and you can see them in the video section of their official web site.

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Baby C'mon
Stephen Malkmus

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I found this video browsing this website. it is the number 5. i don't know who Stephen Malkmus is and i don't know who the director of the video is, but i'm sure that they like gondry... the video is a very nice example of what you can do with a photo camera and a lot of patience.

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La memoria degli oggetti
Interactive exhibition design for Studio Museo Achille Castiglioni

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this video is the documentation of tree interactive installations we did as e1 in Achille Castiglioni studio. i showed you this video beacouse it was i successful way to integrate projections in the space. you can find the video in e1 website.

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Cinevolo
Interactive video installation at Beyond Media 2005

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this video will be on line by the end of the next week in the new (and official) versio of id lab website

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finally we sow some video loops and this example of what I mean for moving postcard

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ok. for the moment this is all. soon i'll give you more.
i'll check the blog to see the final versions of yours movies.

baci da torino, more beautiful and exiting tha ever under the magic influence of the olympic games

: )

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Posted by Simone Muscolino at 06:19 PM | Comments (1)

who are you?

I studied architecture in torino, but i immediately started to work in video and movie industry.
i spent last 3 years working at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea.
there, i was managing the video production of e1 (exhibition unit)

last summer, e1's people lead a very funny unit in the summer school.

last december Interaction Design Institute Ivrea left Ivrea. E1's people decided to set up a new company:
Interaction Design Lab

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I never learned english very well... : )

Posted by Simone Muscolino at 12:00 PM | Comments (0)