Nov 9-13, 2017

Fulldome Dance and Animation

WITH GUEST ANIMATOR MAARTEN ISAÄK DE HEER

Run Time: 52 mins International Language:

Synopsis

We are pleased to be partnering with the Houston Museum of Natural Science, whose planetarium has recently been upgraded with a dazzling 8K Digitar system, to present a program of cinematic art created expressly for “Fulldome” systems. Fulldome content is no longer limited to astronomy, as viewers will discover in this program of dance and animated films made for fulldome immersion.

  • –  FEBRUAR (2015, Maarten ISAÄK de Heer, 14 mins) examines the relationship between man and nature in a barren, wintry landscape. The landscape painting breaks out of the at rectangle of the movie screen and forms an infinite world, meticulously animated.
  • –  The Beautiful (2012, Janire Najera, 6 mins) is a fulldome immersive metaphysical journey through some of the landscapes of South Wales. It follows the spiritual journey of a dancer who travels through different chakras until reaching ultimate enlightenment.
  • –  Continuum Infinitum (2012, Ben Ridgway, 2 mins) “Continuum Infinitum” unfolds before your eyes by revealing finer and finer details emanating from a single point. It is a meditation on the mechanics of time and space as infinite and seamless processes.
  • –  The Sublime (2012, Janire Najeira, 4 mins, 2012) features specific live captured sequences of parkour and break-dance shot within the natural & urban spaces of Wales.
  • –  Tribocycle (2013, 2 mins, Ben Ridgway) An infinite design. A moment in time. A moving meditation. “Tribocycle” is designed as a looping movie for large scale projections and installations.
  • –  Pal O’ Me Heart (2013, Coreo Cymru, 22 mins). based on Earthfall ́s acclaimed stage production ‘At Swim, Two Boys,’ Pal O’ Me Heart explores, through highly physical choreography, the developing relationship between two young men within the political turmoil of Ireland in 1916.
  • –  Cosmic Flower Unfolding (2013, Ben Ridgway, 2 mins) is a constant flow of emerging and dissolving oceanic, futuristic, and mandala forms. It is a tribute to abstraction, its connection to the inner space we inhabit and how it can be externalized.

We are pleased to be partnering with the Houston Museum of Natural Science, whose planetarium has recently been upgraded with a dazzling 8K Digitar system, to present a program of cinematic art created expressly for “Fulldome” systems. Fulldome content is no longer limited to astronomy, as viewers will discover in this program of dance and animated films made for fulldome immersion.

  • –  FEBRUAR (2015, Maarten ISAÄK de Heer, 14 mins) examines the relationship between man and nature in a barren, wintry landscape. The landscape painting breaks out of the at rectangle of the movie screen and forms an infinite world, meticulously animated.
  • –  The Beautiful (2012, Janire Najera, 6 mins) is a fulldome immersive metaphysical journey through some of the landscapes of South Wales. It follows the spiritual journey of a dancer who travels through different chakras until reaching ultimate enlightenment.
  • –  Continuum Infinitum (2012, Ben Ridgway, 2 mins) “Continuum Infinitum” unfolds before your eyes by revealing finer and finer details emanating from a single point. It is a meditation on the mechanics of time and space as infinite and seamless processes.
  • –  The Sublime (2012, Janire Najeira, 4 mins, 2012) features specific live captured sequences of parkour and break-dance shot within the natural & urban spaces of Wales.
  • –  Tribocycle (2013, 2 mins, Ben Ridgway) An infinite design. A moment in time. A moving meditation. “Tribocycle” is designed as a looping movie for large scale projections and installations.
  • –  Pal O’ Me Heart (2013, Coreo Cymru, 22 mins). based on Earthfall ́s acclaimed stage production ‘At Swim, Two Boys,’ Pal O’ Me Heart explores, through highly physical choreography, the developing relationship between two young men within the political turmoil of Ireland in 1916.
  • –  Cosmic Flower Unfolding (2013, Ben Ridgway, 2 mins) is a constant flow of emerging and dissolving oceanic, futuristic, and mandala forms. It is a tribute to abstraction, its connection to the inner space we inhabit and how it can be externalized.

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