Super nice and very interesting video project by Illador Films, from Sardinia.
Italian clubs juggler and friend Edoardo Dodo DeMontis performing in Campodarte, very beautiful images and typical Sardinian locations here. And..obviously, supergood clubs manipulation..with a silly and funny ending.
Filmed and directed by Massimo Gasole
Performer: Edoardo Dodo DeMontis
Last year, Lukas Zeller sent this beautiful atmospheric video to MoM. I’ve had a real soft spot for the singing sound of the Hang, since first hearing one at EJC Cork, you can hear more of Lukus’s music on his soundcloud page: hang walleh
Filmed in hampi, india, spring 2011
Featuring: mango, justzina hermann, eva lopez, romain margruitte, ivan pavcek, peter kaiser, lukas zeller
Camera: tomas sheridan
music & editing:lukas zeller
Marvin Ong send us some information about him and his work.
Marvin is originally from Malaysia but now based in Los Angeles. He has been studying objects manipulation for 5 years now. Recently he started getting Master Ong’s Prop Shop of the ground, focusing on practice props and practicing to be present.
Liaison Carbone, is a new spectacle by the French company “Les Objets Volants”, showing next month in Reims, 22, 24 and 25 January 2013.
“Carbon Bond” (Is our translation of the title, but we’re not so hot at translating French, so please forgive us if it is incorrect.)
“After 4 years of teaching experience as a professor at the Academy Fratellini referent, Denis Paumier adventure continues with its alumni. This project brings together five young jugglers around the tradition of juggling and juggling new avenues of language.
Over the tables, performers explore the properties of objects of various shapes: balls, clubs, rings and other like so many atoms that assemble into molecules, to become animate matter.”
Wow. Art and skill! Those big shiney metal spirals look like fun to play with.
Projection mapping live performance art – The Alchemy of Light by a dandypunk
Excerpts from a 10 minute, one man live performance piece combining art, movement and technology…enjoy.
Lars Andersen is studying and recreating the techniques of high speed archers of the past.
See also: Not quite as fast, but much more elegant technique.