The shadow of a rose ripples across a field of color that creates a romantic interpretive work that harkens field lyrical abstract expressionist paintings from the mid-20th century. “The Rose” is an audio reactive work placed on an animated pin screen that takes six versions of Claude Debussy’s Clair de Lune creating an ever-changing field of electronic animated painting. It is homage to the animation technique invented and developed by Alexandre Alexeïeff and his wife Claire Parker’s studio in Paris, in 1930’s.
Giant Monster Pte Ltd, Singapore
Mark is an award winning animator, artist, educator and entrepreneur who has developed systems and techniques for animation in many different media including laser light at LaserMedia Inc., (1980), broadcast television at Tokyo Broadcasting System (1990), Triple A games at Acclaim Entertainment, (1993) and feature films. Recruited by DreamWorks SKG (1995-2003), he worked on visual effects for a number of their fully animated films. At the original Rhythm and Hues Studios in Playa Vista (2002), where he worked on visual effects for numerous big budgets, award winning live-action films. Animation industry veteran and founding faculty at Nanyang Technological University’s School of Art, Design and Media’s Digital Animation area he is currently based in Singapore as a founder of Giant Monster Inc . Giant Monster Inc. consulting on Ed Tech start-up on games, animation and working on public art installations that focus on realizing contents that benefit humanity.
Ina Conradi Chavez
Associate Professor, Nanyang Technological University Singapore, School of Art, Design and Media
Ina is an award-winning new media artist, living in Singapore. She has presented her works at the New Media Film Festival, the 67th Edinburgh International Film Festival, HollyShorts Film Festival, 3D Stereo MEDIA Liège, Women 3D directors Paramount Studios Hollywood, FMX Conference on Animation, Effects, Games and Transmedia Stuttgart, 3D Beyond Festival ZKM, Ars Electronica Festival, Siggraph Asia Hong Kong. Her S3D animated film “Elysian Fields’ (2013) won 14 international awards and was screened at the Animated Short Film Reviewing Committee Private Screening for The Oscar 86th Academy Awards. Currently Associate Professor at the Nanyang Technological University Singapore her recent community-forming project features designing for an expanded media experiences for public space. Ina holds Master of Fine Art from UCLA.