Working closely with LOD I created this 2-minute animation for Alexander Lervik's project called "Spike Chair".
The brief was to create a graphical piece that would reveal the final
shape of the chair in the end of the animation.
The approach in Sparking Reaction was to help visitors engage with written text in an issues based exhibition. The physically and intellectually immersive space at the centre of Sparking Reaction aims to do this with large-scale animated text and images projected onto the floor and walls.
Winner of the D&AD Silver Awards 2003 ’Enviromental design & architecture’. Winner of the Directors Club of Europe, Gold Awards 2003 ’Exhibition Design’.
The fifth room of ‘Thirst Exhibition’ is an installation titled “Thirst is necessary”. The 10 meter-long audiovisuals use the metaphoric visual language of prehistoric cave paintings. The motion graphics use
a system of illustrations all connected together by a system of roots, causes and effect, depicting the natural world and man’s relationship with water.
In this animation part of the Lab series the goal was to research how to drive a animation without keyframes.
Using various deformers and Softbody dynamics in Cinema4D this was possible. The only keyframes in this animation is the rotation of the camera. The result is a eerie looking object that has its own life.