As part of a Feast Film Nights screening of the incredible and inspiring documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, DJ Food (Ninja Tune records) weaved together an hour long set of music and samples connected with Frank Herbert’s most famous novel, Dune, accompanied by my cosmic geometric animations.
Posts Tagged: nature
Geometry and natural form
“Look deep into nature, then you will understand everything.” Albert Einstein One of my visual (and musical) obsessions is repetition which manifests itself in an ongoing interest in natural form and pattern.
“What line did the river first write in the valley?” – the work of Richard Skelton
As I am about to go on a trip to the Lake District and I’ve been meaning to write a post about the elemental work of Richard Skelton, who has produced music and texts inspired by the landscape and dialect of Cumbria, it seemed like an appropriate time to post this.
Slow television – Pay Attention & Relax
A friend recently told me about the unexpectedly successful broadcast on Norwegian TV station NRK of over 7 hours of live footage from the front of a train travelling from Bergen to Oslo.
‘Isomorphology’ by Gemma Anderson – exhibition
I just visited an enthralling exhibition by artist Gemma Anderson at the Eb & Flow Gallery near Old Street in London. She has developed a focused artistic practice in which she takes an analytical approach that is similar to scientific research.
I recently came across Nenad Saljic’s incredible photographs of the Matterhorn via an old post on the ISO50 Blog. Saljic has visited Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn countless times since 2009 to capture the majestic peak in a range of light and weather conditions.
Tugboat Printshop’s amazing woodcuts
I am always in awe of folk who have the focus and patience to work with one technique and give it enough time to gain absolute mastery.
At Ambigraph we have a strong affinity for Thomas Struth’s work. Having been to his current exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, we’ve realised how much his approach for the Paradise series resonates with our thinking behind The Withdrawing Room project.