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Max Hattler – Divisional Articulations: Wins Grand Prize Award at Supernova Festival

Max Hattler’s new film Divisional Articulations just won the Grand Prize Award at Supernova Festival and the Award for Best Experimental Film at ReAnima Festival Norway.

Supernova describes Divisional Articulations as:

An energetic, thoroughly captivating abstraction… an example of outstanding collaboration in new-media animation and art…

Divisional Articulations is a super trippy audiovisual collaboration between Max Hattler and composer Lux Prima. Repetitions and distortions of synths and bass, squares and circles create an electronic feedback loop that spawns endless arrays of divisional articulations in time and space.

The award-winning piece recently screened at Ars Electronica, and was shortlisted for the Lumen Prize Moving Image Award. It was created with a group of 16 students at the School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong.

Director: Max Hattler
Music: Lux Prima
Animation: King Lam Chan, Po Yi Chan, Hinyi Cheuk, Ka Man Chow, Cheuk Hei Kai, Tsz Ching Kwan, Hau Ying Lui, Ka Man Luk, Ngai Wan Ma, Cheuk Lam Mui, Kam Ian Sio, Susan Sun, Qi Yu Teo, Ka Yiu Wong, Crystal Yip, Ka Man Yu, Max Hattler
Code: Sune Petersen

Acid Flowers – Free Lumen Video Synthesis Patch

Lumen is a semi modular video synthesizer software that allows you to create super cool visuals to use in your multimedia projects. It comes with three oscillators, dual LFOs, an effects panel and patching capabilities. It integrates well with other VJ applications like resolume and you can record video capture using another application called syphon recorder. Download a free demo to check it out and check out our free acid flowers patch while you’re at it.