Electric Blue

1 – ELECTRIC BLUE, pic by Unknown German Artist. 2 – SMILING HOUSE, by Known German Artist (David Krippendorff). 3 – MILK CARTON, pic by Unknown German Artist.

In 1995 I visited a collective art exhibition in Berlin, invited by David Krippendorff. The artists had filled a box with thousands of seamless snapshots. You were invited to choose and take away as many you liked.

Virus.exe

I used to send to my mailing list an incoherent message ending with the link VIRUS.EXE. Most people deleted the message, others replied alarmistically, few of them understood the joke and clicked in.

<<click to watch (flash animation, 17k).

antiMAC

In this video I’ll try to explain my repulsion towards Apple Computers. Have a wireful day!

<<click to download (Real Media, 1656K).

Little Girl

I dreamt of this little girl, and in the dream I remembered about this girl I played with, and I told it to the others, friends, parents, but they could not remember, no way!..
So I searched for proofs, pictures, witnesses, but there were none, as if the little girl had never existed…
But inside the dream the answer was revealed to me: that girl had really existed, because I was that girl, me in another possible life, me a second before being generated…

Alan Ragade, Double XX

Horizon

In late 2000 I was contacted by Rachel Bellinsky, vocalist of Switchyard, a band from Las Vegas. She proposed me to elaborate a Flash animation starting from one of their songs. Finally it’s done! The song is beautiful, you can download both Lo-Fi (732k) and Hi-Fi (4.5M) versions.

<<click to watch (Flash animation, 4.5MB)

Broad Band

As visitor’s bandwidth broadens I’m constructing a video section. This is the first mpeg, maybe a little raw. Animation was generated with Lightwave, and it lasts 6 long seconds. An update is expected in the next weeks. (mpeg, 911k) No soundtrack.

Letters from the Hibernation

This section is dedicated to some of my juvenile “analogic” works (most of them unfinished). A dark atmosphere prevails (we are just in the middle of the eighties), war is omnipresent, along with rigid weather, solitude and hibernation. That’s what I call Zeitgeist!