Center of the Sun [Rwina Records 2014] by EPROM

„‚Center of the Sun‘ is an animated pseudo-documentary of the life cycle of an Olmec sun god. Simultaneously, it also serves a music video for a deliciously meaty chunk of ghetto glitch created by EPROM. By the colliding flesh of its devoted cult, the god emerges from its abyss with an ambition to destroy and dominate. In order to accomplish these goals, the god must transcend the spiritual world and enter our physical realm. The barrier between those worlds proves too strong and the sun god is rebuffed into one of the many distant stars that litter the night sky that hangs like a flaccid penis above our happy heads. Pumped with industrial strength jenkem and poppy seed grease, parents and children alike will be delighted and perplexed by the flashing disco scenery and dazzlingly real special effects waiting to be discovered in this new KOKOphonic invention.“

iTunes:
itunes.apple.com/album/center-of-the-sun-single/id899637009
Vinyl:
boomkat.com/vinyl/807562-eprom-halflife

Credits:

Written by KOKOFREAKBEAN
Directed by KOKOFREAKBEAN
Animated by KOKOFREAKBEAN
Production by KOKOFREAKBEAN
Music: „EPROM – Center of the Sun“

Rwina Records P & C 2014
rwinarecords.com

KOKOFREAKBEAN
youtube.com/user/KOKOFREAKBEAN

Pathfinder | Solo by WALTZ BINAIRE

a visual language to generate choreography…

This project is created by Waltz Binaire and onformative.

more information: waltzbinaire.com

choreographic consultancy:
Christian Mio Loclair
Raphael Hillebrand

Dancer:
Raphael Hillebrand (Animatronik, Battle Squad)
Honji Wang (Wang Ramirez)
Christine Joy Alpuerto Ritter (Akram Khan Company)

sound: alva noto + opiate: opto file2

The “Pathfinder” Project was finalized and presented at choreographic coding. Choreographic Coding is a laboratory invented in 2013, as part of the Motionbank research project of the Forsythe Company. Together with partners like the NODE Forum for Digital Arts, it offers unique opportunities of exchange and collaboration – for digital artists who apply choreographic thinking to their own practice.