Mandala sequence ©Mark Chavez
Double Slit sequence ©Mark Chavez, Photo: Wolfgang Simlinger
Tree sequence ©Mark Chavez, Photo: Wolfgang Simlinger
Kali sequence ©Mark Chavez, Photo: Wolfgang Simlinger
Quantum pools ©Mark Chavez, Photo: @OriginPhysics
Quantum pools ©Mark Chavez, Photo: Wolfgang Simlinger
Quantum LOGOS (vision serpent) trailer

Touchdesigner project top node contents
The left panel shows my Touchdesigner animation sequences. The selected node contents are shown on the right panel.
A close-up view of the nodes used to create the mandala sequence.

CREDITS:

Mark Chavez | Director and Producer

My current research interests and work is in the artistic development of TRANSMEDIA content for non-traditional venues.  I set up Giant Monster Pte Ltd to work on STEM and other projects coming out of my academic research. I’m also creating new media animated artworks for our Media Art Nexus, NTU platform.


Ina Conradi | co-Producer

Ina is an award-winning new media artist, currently Associate Professor at the Nanyang Technological University SingaporeSchool of Art, Design and Media. Ina’s works uniquely span several disciplines: digital painting, experimental S3D animation, installation, and most recently media architecture. Ina’s explorations redefine the wide spectrum of what painting can be.  Her ‘paintings’ are often “unframed” and animated as cine-installation in a gallery, infinitely expanding within variable display immersive platforms such as for example Deep Space 8K, 360 screens, urban screens, or are “re-framed” back into cinema projection.


Bianka Hofmann | SciArt

Bianka is an award-winning producer and developer of content and formats for science and technology communication. She creates spaces to connect people from various fields for cross-disciplinary conversation, cooperation, and co-creation to examine societal relevant topics and make them accessible to the public through interactive and artistic approaches.

The Ars Electronica Center offers its visitors something that can not be found anywhere else in the world: 16 x 9 meters of wall and another 16 x 9 meters of floor projection, laser tracking, and 3D animations make the Deep Space 8K something very special indeed. Here, image worlds are projected in 8K resolution and raised to a completely new, unprecedented level. A visit to the Deep Space 8K is unique, mesmerizing, impressive and overwhelming!