Architecture and Dance Merge in Motion
“Triangle of the Squinches” is a collaborative, full-length, contemporary ballet created by San Francisco Architect, Christopher Haas and San Francisco Choreographer, Alonzo King & LINES Ballet. (more on Architizer) Architecture and Dance Merge in Motion
“Triangle of the Squinches” is a collaborative, full-length, contemporary ballet created by San Francisco Architect, Christopher Haas and San Francisco Choreographer, Alonzo King & LINES Ballet. (more on Architizer)

Architecture and Dance Merge in Motion

“Triangle of the Squinches” is a collaborative, full-length, contemporary ballet created by San Francisco Architect, Christopher Haas and San Francisco Choreographer, Alonzo King & LINES Ballet. (more on Architizer)

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Gravityless
We are excited
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Gravityless

We are excited

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Gravityless

Olafur Eliasson Leaves Us Starstruck Olafur Eliasson Leaves Us Starstruck
Dazzling Color and Light by Olafur Eliasson Dazzling Color and Light by Olafur Eliasson
Intricately Choreographed Projections and Dancers Merge into One
The official music video for Nosaj Thing’s “Eclipse/Blue,” by Daito Manabe, takcom, Satoru Higa, and MIKIKO with support from The Creators Project Intricately Choreographed Projections and Dancers Merge into One
The official music video for Nosaj Thing’s “Eclipse/Blue,” by Daito Manabe, takcom, Satoru Higa, and MIKIKO with support from The Creators Project

Intricately Choreographed Projections and Dancers Merge into One

The official music video for Nosaj Thing’s “Eclipse/Blue,” by Daito Manabe, takcom, Satoru Higa, and MIKIKO with support from The Creators Project

IT’S FRIDAY!

Free to Be…You and Me
On Soundcheck this morning - the album turns 40 this month. (Video)

IT’S FRIDAY!

Free to Be…You and Me

On Soundcheck this morning - the album turns 40 this month. (Video)

Dancing with Time and Technology
GIF is the word of 2012! Dancing with Time and Technology
GIF is the word of 2012!

Dancing with Time and Technology

GIF is the word of 2012!

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Architecture and Dance: Why Patterns, Tile Dancer, Pharmacophore, Site Specific Dance
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Architecture and Dance: Why Patterns, Tile Dancer, Pharmacophore, Site Specific Dance
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Architecture and Dance: Why Patterns, Tile Dancer, Pharmacophore, Site Specific Dance
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Architecture and Dance: Why Patterns, Tile Dancer, Pharmacophore, Site Specific Dance
From experimentsinmotion:


The digital stroboscopic image of a dancer above and the still from the video “Seaweed” by Tell No One both capture individual stages of movement in a single frame. Andy Warhol’s ‘Dance Diagram Series’ (1962) and the ‘Treatise On Quadrille Dancing’ (1819) notate the same complexity in a format that begins to approach something an architect might understand. Capturing the dance of car circulation, Kahn’s Traffic Study for Philadelphia could just as easily orchestrate a massive urban scaled ballet.

Tell No One’s video Seaweed above layers and partially freezes simple movements to create a moving sculpture that is both a structure and a dance.
Jordan Clark’s lo-fi experimental video on human movement presents a jaw-dropping and strangely relaxed vision of limits of the human body.

From experimentsinmotion:


The digital stroboscopic image of a dancer above and the still from the video “Seaweed” by Tell No One both capture individual stages of movement in a single frame. Andy Warhol’s ‘Dance Diagram Series’ (1962) and the ‘Treatise On Quadrille Dancing’ (1819) notate the same complexity in a format that begins to approach something an architect might understand. Capturing the dance of car circulation, Kahn’s Traffic Study for Philadelphia could just as easily orchestrate a massive urban scaled ballet.

Tell No One’s video Seaweed above layers and partially freezes simple movements to create a moving sculpture that is both a structure and a dance.
Jordan Clark’s lo-fi experimental video on human movement presents a jaw-dropping and strangely relaxed vision of limits of the human body.

From experimentsinmotion:


The digital stroboscopic image of a dancer above and the still from the video “Seaweed” by Tell No One both capture individual stages of movement in a single frame. Andy Warhol’s ‘Dance Diagram Series’ (1962) and the ‘Treatise On Quadrille Dancing’ (1819) notate the same complexity in a format that begins to approach something an architect might understand. Capturing the dance of car circulation, Kahn’s Traffic Study for Philadelphia could just as easily orchestrate a massive urban scaled ballet.

Tell No One’s video Seaweed above layers and partially freezes simple movements to create a moving sculpture that is both a structure and a dance.
Jordan Clark’s lo-fi experimental video on human movement presents a jaw-dropping and strangely relaxed vision of limits of the human body.

From experimentsinmotion:


The digital stroboscopic image of a dancer above and the still from the video “Seaweed” by Tell No One both capture individual stages of movement in a single frame. Andy Warhol’s ‘Dance Diagram Series’ (1962) and the ‘Treatise On Quadrille Dancing’ (1819) notate the same complexity in a format that begins to approach something an architect might understand. Capturing the dance of car circulation, Kahn’s Traffic Study for Philadelphia could just as easily orchestrate a massive urban scaled ballet.

Tell No One’s video Seaweed above layers and partially freezes simple movements to create a moving sculpture that is both a structure and a dance.
Jordan Clark’s lo-fi experimental video on human movement presents a jaw-dropping and strangely relaxed vision of limits of the human body.

From experimentsinmotion:

The digital stroboscopic image of a dancer above and the still from the video “Seaweed” by Tell No One both capture individual stages of movement in a single frame. Andy Warhol’s ‘Dance Diagram Series’ (1962) and the ‘Treatise On Quadrille Dancing’ (1819) notate the same complexity in a format that begins to approach something an architect might understand. Capturing the dance of car circulation, Kahn’s Traffic Study for Philadelphia could just as easily orchestrate a massive urban scaled ballet.

Tell No One’s video Seaweed above layers and partially freezes simple movements to create a moving sculpture that is both a structure and a dance.

Jordan Clark’s lo-fi experimental video on human movement presents a jaw-dropping and strangely relaxed vision of limits of the human body.

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RAVE BEAN RAVE BEAN

From experimentsinmotion

Aircondition (2006) by Oliver Laric uses video processing tools to exhaustion displaying every frame of the sequence to expose intricate patterns of an otherwise ridiculous dance.

Martin Hiploltsteiner explores a similar technique through a series of studies that array film stills giving even simple motions complex three dimensional implications. His animation for the song Videotape by Radiohead inverts the concept of exposing the hidden complexity of motion and instead gives everyday architectural elements the ability to move, float and express the ennui of generic parking garage.

Both by exposing the hidden forms of motion and animating the inanimate, Laric and Hilpoltsteiner imagine impossible spaces where motion can be seen as a space. Harold Edgerton’s ‘Tennis Serve’ (1949)  was able to capture the stages of motion but it does not explore three dimensional space in the same way as its contemporary descendants.

Revealing the hidden power of motion:

Loie Fuller, ‘Futurist Dance’ (1902) 
Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, ‘Motion Study’ (1913) 

source:: experimentsinmotion Revealing the hidden power of motion:

Loie Fuller, ‘Futurist Dance’ (1902) 
Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, ‘Motion Study’ (1913) 

source:: experimentsinmotion
Anish Kapoor’s Bean gets a rave make-over. Anish Kapoor’s Bean gets a rave make-over. Anish Kapoor’s Bean gets a rave make-over.

The lascivious ‘tile dancer,’ just one of the many sights at the biggest, most awesome tile show ever.