Soon Web Spaces will be shown at GOGBOT (nominated for Blink Youngblood Award), Ars Electronica in Linz, at the SBK Sprouts Young Talents exhibition in Amsterdam, and after that in a group show in Eindhoven… Very excited about this progress! But in this post I show what my work looked like at the Frank Mohr Institute Graduation Show 2017 (Der Aa-kerk, Groningen, July 9 – July 13).
After working in my studio at the Frank Mohr institute for two years, it has become a little bit of a mess! But I really enjoyed the space, 24/7 access, the facilities and sharing it with fellow master students 🙂
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I interviewed Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten, the founder of The Next Web, as a source for my Master of Arts thesis. But I couldn’t resist showing him my work too! He wrote this article on TNW about our meeting.
Emergence~ is an audio-visual work by Hannes Andersson about vibrancy, resonance, communication and the emergent qualities that arises through interaction. It is a sensory experience situated slightly above the flicker fusion threshold, on the fluctuating border between the clear and the abstract.
My hope is that it provides enough direction for communication to take place, while at the same time leaving enough lee-room for the viewer to fill with his/her own thoughts and feelings.
The work is also an experiment in the combining of neurological triggers (such as rapid flickering and high/low frequency sounds in varying vibrational patterns) with symbolic narrative elements.
3D animation, modeling and compositing has been made in Cinema 4D R16, with the exception of the 3D scans which was captured with the Skanect software using a Microsoft Kinect sensor. The sound design, synthesis and edit have been using Ableton Live 9 in combination with Max 7. 2D animation, Textures, image post-production and final edit has been made using Adobe After Effects.