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Steampunk’d Season Trailer

Great trailer !
Flammes are “burned” (exposure) but the director’s work is good ;)

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"Deconstructed Piano" considers the gradual destruction of instrumental music through digital sound generators. The Moonlight Sonata is corrupted in an assault by two robots. The Sonata represents the agony and grief suffered by the piano. For this performance two heat guns at a temperature of 650°C work the piano’s wood on and on to the point of collapse. There are four cameras installed to capture the process in a time lapse with one frame every 6 seconds. The ongoing performance and the shooting took about 8 hours.

Regie, Concept, Editing: Laurin Döpfner
Camera: Thomas Schwarz

Link to pictures of the set & stills:
flickr.com/photos/97631383@N02/sets/72157645740362675/

A really creative work with nunchaku and Glowsticks!

Glowstick Graveyard

AJLStunts

Make sure to watch in 1080p for full visual effects!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Q2PwHg0bqo

(via trybalfire)

experimentsinmotion:

Wim Wender’s Pina: The Surreal Beauty of Site-Specific Dance

Pina Bausch was a German contemporary dance performer and choreographer known for her unique style, a blend of movement, sound, and prominent stage sets, and her elaborate collaboration with performers during the development of a piece. Now known as Tanztheater, the style became a leading influence in the field of modern dance from the 1970s on. Director Wim Wenders documented Bausch and the dance company she created, Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, in his 2011 film Pina, which showed dancers performing not only inside the theater, but in locations around Bausch’s home city of Wuppertal, Germany. The production is particularly moving in the way it juxtaposes Bausch’s choreography with the famous industrial landscapes of the Wupper valley, placing the massive scale of geologic transformations against the intimate scale of human dancers. Among other locations, performers can be seen on the platform of the Wuppertal Schwebebahn elevated railway; the Zeche Zollverein coal mine industrial complex; the brown landscape of an open-faced coal pit; and SANAA’s airy concrete Zollverein School of Management and Design

French street dancers !