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The outlines of moving clouds are engraved on over 3,000 small glass discs, creating the impression of a borderline constantly being redefined on an imaginary map.
Seven short experimental/documentary sequences illustrate the dangerous passage of refugees trying to make their way to Europe.
Sunlight is used as a plastic material.
The music video kicks off with mushrooms growing on skin, facial hair that’s much too long, and some pimple pew pew, followed by cigarettes, beer, a decaying person, and much more.
Darwin takes a dip in the water. He is irritated: underwater, there are many curious creatures, always moving, always changing their appearance. Theirdevelopmentfollowsnologicalrules.
In a galaxy far, far away … What do aliens do to stay in shape?
The world teeters on the brink of destruction, violent forces are destroying a city and its people. But one individual resists and shows a different way of instigating change.
A strip frame image with colors ranging from pale pink to light and dark grey is becoming more distinct. Pulsatingslicesofcolorsoonreveal a concrete picture.
Little Gerda only had a few happy years with her family before the Nazis came in 1938
Do androids see phosphenes? The video depicts patterns that androids might interpret as liquid crystals.
Inspired by major works of the Russian avant-garde, this short recounts the Brothers Grimm tale ‘Rapunzel’ from the prince’s perspective.
The story of an astronomer, a golden opportunity and Murphy's Law, coming together in the desert.
This collective animation looks at net-related questions.
A typical scenario when you’re working in the creative industry.
Apeirophilia (the love of eternity) is based on loops drawn or printed on canvas.
Small creatures and constructions, created from found litter, come to life in the urban niches of the city.
Music video for the song of the same name by the Austrian band Monochord.