Dub Video Connection at Time Warp

The Portuguese Dub Video Connection did their grand debut at the Time Warp in Italy with Sven Vath last month. Stage design, video mapping, and visuals design had a huge impact. Next stop? Utrech, Holland in December.



Visuals for a private 18th birthday party

Last weekend I did the visuals for a girl's 18th birthday party, together with DJ Xumbinho. A dance tent was mounted on the exterior, so I decided to do some projections on the facades of all the surrounding buildings to get the party going into a colorful mood. Here goes some photos.
The event was produced by Euro-M.


An impressive and colorful show called "Kolobok", based on Russian folk tales, was shocased early October at the Gorky Park, at the Moscow International Festival "Circle of Light 2012".

SilaSveta Studio
Concept by: Denis Bashev, Alex Mamontov
Producers: Alexander Us, Alex Rozov
Art director: Alex Mamontov
Illustration by: Denis Bashev, Anna Eiserle
Animation: Alex Mamontov, Arthur Kondrashenkov, Mikhail Sedov, Alena Danilova
Music: Vasiliy Filatov
Interactive team: Nikita Mikharev, Vasiliy Filileev, Attacca digital
Technical director: Dima Napolnov


Urbanscreen set sails in Sydney Opera House

Some video mapping art seeks to change the perception of architecture itself, as if a building were made of hundreds of moving television screens. 
This video shows how design collective UrbanScreen, multi-award winning German design collective and whose projections I have already shown here several times, created optical illusions in the “sails” of the Sydney Opera House during the Vivid LIVE in June 2012. 
Motion graphics are projected onto the white surfaces, which dimple with movement like actual sails. The work explores both the iconic sculptural form of the Opera House but also its place as a home for music, dance and drama, resulting in a work that is both sophisticated and spectacular.


Moccaping - new videomapping buzzword?

In the Netherlands, 3D mapping company NuForme debuted what it calls “mocapping,” a combination of 3D video mapping projection and live motion capture technology. It projects animated light onto a rectangular building, effectively transforming the structure into a futuristic spaceship-like scene. What’s more, the character in the scene asked questions of and responded to spectators. Thus, each performance was different.