The use of different materials with dance movements combined then with the chemistry of nature is something that fascinates me a lot in artworkz by Bart Hess, as well as when he works in duo with Lucy McRae, under the name LucyandBart.
Bart Hess: Slime (c)
Eadweard Muybridge‘s vision never stops to tickle artists and scientists. No matter of what professions they are: animators, filmmakers, photographers or dancers. Every serious study on movements, motion and locomotions simply starts with his work.
A true master in landscape photography, Muybridge has managed to capture the most trickiest landscape on Earth, and that’s the body in motion.
Tonight I’m gonna have a lot of pioneers on Body Pixel… when talking about body, motion and film, no doubt we can not miss one, and that’s Étienne-Jules Marey.
This scientist, chronophotographer and photography developer firstly started to explore human and animal blood circulation, and then switched to pulse, motion, body rhythm, and heart beating at the end of 19th century. His films are both, science and art of full caliber, now having a wonderful patina and vintage layer.
Clement Morin‘s films are creative, smart and a perfect example of good story telling in the genre of short film… What’s particularly interesting in his style is the fact that his style is always dedicated to narration… doesn’t matter how abstract the story goez…