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'Cities are never random. No matter how chaotic they might seem, everything about them grows out of a need to solve a problem...'
In fact, a city is nothing more than a solution to a problem, that in turn creates more problems that need more solutions, until towers rise, roads widen, bridges are built, and millions of people are caught up in a mad race to feed the problem-solving, problem-creating frenzy.'
Neal Shusterman, Downsiders.
Audio: Tribute to Moroder by MaSpaventi.
Made by Dan Wise
Dan Wise is a digital artist and animator based in London, with a passion for creating eye catching artwork and experimenting with new styles. Energy, innovation and commitment to creative expression lie at the core of his work. With a background spanning traditional and digital media, he is excited about the rapid evolution of technology and the new possibilities that it is unleashing for digital creativity and performance. Dan is the director of Dan Wise Creative and founder of the All City Collective, a group of innovative and talented street and digital artists. He is always on the lookout for new challenges and collaborations with other artists & musicians.
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Experience the attractive powers these magnets have on your audience. Rendering so detailed, we're expecting these monoliths to be of non-human origin.
Plant your feet firmly and get back to your roots with these flowery loops that give instant grassification. It'd be a shame if you missed out on these flower loops because you haven't botany.
Step into another world of machine elf anatomy and interferential wave patterns. Stimulate your pineal gland and mainline the secret truth of the universe.
Machina is the visual equivalent of the low frequency rumble, the high pitched hiss, the hypnotic throbbing of relentless machine hydraulics.
More by Dan Wise
Gritty, rusted, pumped up rawness from the streets, glitching to the beat for your viewing pleasure.
After rewiring a broken test subject from the 1970's we were able to retrieve the following video images...
Warning! Do not attempt to adjust your monitors. An unidentified frequency has taken control of the horizontal and vertical wavelengths of your signal.
Based on the principles of the WW1 dazzle camouflage, these clips use perspective and misdirection to bring visual trickery into your VJ set.
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