I decided to divide off my computer games and film stuff off onto new site, Ill continue to update om misc things blog style here, but I needed a less messy container for my more serious experiments into computer games and VR. Im hoping sometime to get some funding for this art, and infact to get some of my old films onto digital format for re-showing them, so they are included on the new site as well.
The site is called www.ordoabchao.no
Thanks to Nick Wheeler for this photo, showing Me and James Dolan In the early days of Ordo ab Khao, here in the studio holding props. The big model of Sir Eel, and me holding the machine of life, from My film “Homonculus”
Today there was no water in Sognsvann, well not much so we walked to the island. Here a film, put to the most unlikely of music, some bleepy electronica I did on my modular… maybe it works, dunno, I haven’t watched it.. just slapped it together in FCP rendered and uploaded…
Five of my films are being shown in a very small film show in a Paris Cafe tommorrow.
Heres the blurb…
Projections : le rêve Heure
mardi 7 juin · 20:00 – 23:30
3, rue Muller métro château rouge
Paris, France Créé par :
Zackarielle Art Total, Faustine Lucette Andrée Ferrer, Faustine Ferrer Continue reading Film Show in Paris→
This is a film I made at Sognsvann in Oslo. The music comes from “Fish!” on Synesthetic Recordings and the track is called “Goldfish”.
I have been interested in Timelapse filming since seeing Koyanisquatsi in the 80’s, and I have used the technique many times since then, both in my art films and for work.
See the companion film to this film, COLD. Same location, shooting style, totally different time of year.
It was shot on a Panasonic AG-HVX200, which I love. I feel I have only just scratched the surface of what I can do with this camera. Slow motion and timelapse are a doddle, and the colour settings are scary. Wish it had a better on-board mic, but…
Very Lo fi Film
Film made on my phone in Denmark 2008. A series of photos of the sky were taken and faded together in VideoDJ. Music was made on location using an instrument made from glasses filled with water.