The Art of Pause 2011
Pause Fest is about the new, innovative, interactive and contemporary in the digital, advertising and creative industries.
THE ART OF PAUSE 2011 Hi Organic FI R S T THI NGS FIRST. PLAY IT. soundcloud.com/radium-audio/radium-audio-presents-pause Radium Audio Presents Pause Fest Artists Compilation 2011 Sequenced by Jonny Miller @RadiumAudio for Pause Fest, Idn Magazine & Soundcloud 01. Intro Featuring - Score from Breeder/ Emily Alteria Percepsyne - Pure 02. James Hand - Roll 03. Kry Wolf - January Idea 04. Last Japan - 13 (Last Japan’s 8oh8s & Heartbreak Remix) 05. Pále- Ghosts Ghosts Ghosts 06. Ipman - Mirage (Dub) 07. Josephine Lloyd- I, Your Moon - Traveling beyond the moon & stars 08. Folkhälsan - Zoom Exit - Dalston Pony Hoove Mix 09. Emily Alteria Percepsyne- Sea Forever Sleeps 10. Kry Wolf - The Drums / Blue Lights 11. Emily Alteria Percepsyne- Intangible Flutter - Radium Remake 12. Last Japan - Girl 13. Pále - To Have You 14. Last Japan - Blood Diamond 15. Ipman - Aight (Dub) 16. Folkhälsan - Tempelhof 17. Karin Höghielm - Flowend 18. Last Japan - Eastern Capital 19. Pále- Damn Social 20. Emily Alteria Percepsyne- Luminous 21. Folkhälsan - Untitled 22. Josephine Lloyd - The Road 23. Karin Höghielm- Domini 24. Last Japan - Everytime I Music & Sound curated by Andrew Diey @Radium Audio, London 2011 Big thank you to George @ PAUSE Festival & Partners. The animators on the idents and of course all the musicians & sound designers. You guys are the real genuine stars .. stay fresh, keep aspirational! Image by Sander Van Dijk THE ART OF PAUSE 2011 EDITED AND PRODUCED BY PAUSE FEST EBOOK DESIGN AND ART DIRECTION BY GEORGE HEDON TO STAY INFORMED ABOUT UPCOMING PAUSE FEST PLEASE REQUEST MEMBERSHIP AT © 2012 PAUSE FEST PAUSEFEST.COM.AU THE COPYRIGHT ON THE TEXT AND DESIGN WORK IS HELD BY RESPECTIVE DESIGNERS AND CONTRIBUTORS. WRITE TO US ON INFO@PAUSEFEST.COM.AU ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. NO PARTS OF THIS DIGITAL PUBLICATION MAY BE REPRODUCED, STORED IN RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS OR TRANSMITED IN ANY FORM OR MY ANY MEANS, ELECTRONIC OR MECHANICAL, INCLUDING PHOTOCOPYING, RECORDING OR ANY INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS, WITHOUT PERMISSION IN WRITTING FROM THE COPYRIGHT OWNER(S). MADE IN MELBOURNE STAY IN TOUCH WITH VIMEO.COM/PAUSEFEST FACEBOOK.COM/PAUSEFEST SOUNDCLOUD.COM/PAUSEFEST @PAUSEFEST GEORGE HEDON THE ART OF PAUSE 2011 //CONTENTS INTRODUCTION / 17 PAUSE&PLAY / 24 INTERVIEW / 92 SUBMISSIONS / 125 CONTRIBUTORS / 184 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS / 186 PAUSE ANIMATED / 188 PAUSE CRIBS / 190 squint/opera M MELBOURNE PHOTO: Jon Baginski PHOTO: Sander Van Dijk PHOTO: Filip Nakic A new age is upon us. A new culture has formed and you are the creator. Welcome to Pause Fest, a digital culture festival of art and innovation. Melbourne 2011. Pause Fest is about the new, innovative, interactive and contemporary in the digital, advertising and creative industries. PHOTO: Ben Sengsouvanh Bestia PHOTO: Filip Nakic //PAUSE&PLAY Making itâ€™s entrance into Melbourneâ€™s vibrant and exciting cultural and arts scene, Pause Fest delivered on itâ€™s promise to bring exciting, innovative, creative and contemporary digital content from the creative industries. The inaugural festival, held in November from the 7th to the 13th, featured an impressive assortment of events and the creative work of over 85 artists and agencies from around the world. From screenings, Q&A sessions with industry leaders through to interactive and multitouch displays and projections throughout the CBD, Pause Fest has installed itself as a truly unique blend of the creative industries and opened up the conversation about digital culture. PHOTO: Oli Samson PHOTO: Oli Samson Ian Clemmer Having formed partnerships with some of the world’s best-known creative studios and cultural institutions such as Vimeo, IdN Magazine, Sound Cloud and Radium Audio the festival delivered some of the freshest content and provided new perspectives and outlets for the featured artists as well as for audiences. With the help of some of the brightest minds from one of Australia’s premier digital studios, Visual Jazz, Pause Fest also delivered a highly-praised website and smartphone application. The festival’s program brought to Melbourne the best in international and local digital art and featured screenings at ACMI, Fed Square, Rancho Notorious and Loop as well as 10 interactive installations at Melbourne Central GPT and projections around the CBD with the Projector Bike crew. Studio Equator’s outstanding multitouch installation BSHO, GXM’s Transparent TV and Chris Staring’s Instrument Mapping project turned heads at Melbourne Central. The stand-out screening of the festival were the 15 animations specially crafted for the festival by the likes of Breeder, whose opening credits for the festival were breath-taking in combination with Radium Audio’s amazing sound design and the likes of Sander Van Dijk, Ronaldo Tozzi, Dima Grubin, Bestia, Hi Organic, Murat Pak, Ian Clemmer, Mirari & Co, Leviathan, Physalia, Lumbre, Stupid Studio, Futuredelxue, DMCI, Big Boom and Dir Kobayashi. The festival also brought other gems to Melbourne’s viewing public such as a specially curated collection of interviews with some of the world’s best creative minds by Gestalten TV; Efozy’s (MYS) award-winning audio visual project Satu Hari; Motiongrapher’s Editor-At-Large Matt Lambert’s specially curated selection of their top-picks from the industry as well as a collection from his project Bare Bones; the stand-out Australian premiere of Graham Elliot’s feature film New York in Motion and David Dworsky and Victor Köhler’s feature PressPausePlay. Pause Fest also delivered on it’s promise to nurture young creative minds by featuring some amazing work from the students at Swinburne, RMIT and Deakin universities. In the true spirit of interactivity the festival was laced with a plethora of networking opportunities in relaxed settings such as Rooftop Bar and Berlin Bar, as well as the unforgettable afterparties held at Eurotrash and Loop featuring DJ’s from HAHA Industries, Blue MD, Max Vegas and a collaboration with the Pitch Bitch crew. 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MELBOURNE IS SORELY IN NEED OF A DEDICATED DIGITAL FESTIVAL. FOR ALL OF OUR ALLEYWAYS AND PENCHANT FOR PUSHING THE BOUNDARIES OF ART AND DESIGN, MELBOURNE HAS BEEN YEARNING FOR A GREAT, FUTURISTIC, AND INSPIRING EXHIBITION OF LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL DIGITAL TALENTS. FROM NOVEMBER 7 - 13, OUR CITY IS GOING TO BE INVADED BY CREATIVE MINDS FOR THE FIRST EVER PAUSE FEST. DIGITAL DESIGN MEETS EDGY ANIMATION, THE FESTIVAL WILL BE STAGING VARIOUS FREE AND TICKETED EVENTS THROUGHOUT THE CBD. THERE’LL BE EVERYTHING FROM FREE SCREENINGS, TO DIGITAL REAL-LIFE ON-THESTREETS PROJECTS, INTERACTIVE AND MULTI-TOUCH INSTALLATIONS AND PROJECTIONS MAPPING. IT ALL SOUNDS PRETTY COMPLEX, WHICH IS WHY WE SAT DOWN WITH THE FOUNDER OF PAUSE FEST, GEORGE HEDON. SO GEORGE, HOW DID YOU GO FROM GRAPHICS DESIGNER TO THE FOUNDER OF MELBOURNE’S FIRST DIGITAL FESTIVAL? To be honest, I never knew I would be making a festival in the first place. In my previous art history, I’d had a few really successful exhibitions that came at four to five-year intervals. For example, three years ago I had an exhibition at the Belgrade Design Week titled ‘The White House Project’ where I explored the psycho-geographical mapping of cities in a graphical context, but presented as ten prints on canvas. I was living in Europe at the time and spent years collecting vinyl and organising parties wherever I happened to be, and I think that, with the help of some of the bigger campaign projects I worked on while in Europe, led me to think about doing something more intense than an exhibition. Then when I got back to Melbourne, I wanted to create something special with art and digital scene and that’s pretty much how Pause Fest came to life. IT’S PRETTY INSPIRATIONAL TO HEAR THAT YOU SET UP THIS FESTIVAL FROM THE GRASSROOTS WITHOUT A BUNCH OF MASSIVE SPONSORS, HOW DID YOU MAKE IT ALL HAPPEN? When we started looking for the sponsorships we didn’t really have a rich program to offer them, let alone the numbers they were asking for their ROI. Pause was forming as we were going along and many businesses wanted to see how it turned out before they promised anything. What we do have, though, is our great media partners that share our enthusiasm, passion and dedication to make it work, and their love for the Pause Fest idea worth all the money in the world. WHY DOES MELBOURNE NEED PAUSE FEST? Maybe I should quote Andrew from Radium Audio, our program partners from London and the people behind the sounds of the Pause animations. Andrew said he believed the whole world was waiting for Pause Fest just because it’s so innovative. Personally, I think the Melbourne needs this because it offers something fresh that will also boost the local digital and animation industry, and provide a great image for the city. It’s not often that Australian festivals can compete with other festivals internationally, but I think Pause Fest will. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY IS AT THE HEART AND SOUL OF PAUSE FEST? The heart and soul of Pause Fest are its artists, agencies and contributors globally and nationally. They are so talented and so motivated and they absolute love Pause Fest. We get so much global love everyday, it’s hard to refuse it sometimes. IT’S FANTASTIC TO HEAR THAT THE FESTIVAL IS NON-FOR-PROFIT AND MOST OF THE EVENTS WILL BE FREE, WHY HAVE YOU CHOSEN NOT TO CHARGE? Everyone loves freebies, right? But seriously, we wanted to make the best and most enjoyable bits of the festival open to everyone. Digital media is, at its very core, an accessible medium and most of us love consuming it just because it’s free. The events that are more specific to the creative industry such as screenings will be ticketed at a standard price, but rest is free and open to everyone. TELL US ABOUT THE UPCOMING PAUSE FEST? WHAT’S IN STORE FOR DIGITAL LOVERS AND CREATIVES? There are plenty of smaller events, for up to 300 people, all around the city and a few big events open to the general public during the week of Pause Fest. They range from educational talks and animation screenings to digital real-life onthe-streets projects, interactive and multi-touch installations, projections mapping, presentations with Q&As, bar hopping and just a few surprises along the way too… THE FESTIVAL SOUNDS LIKE A LOT OF WORK. WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO PUT TOGETHER SUCH A UNIQUE EVENT? It takes a lot of dedication and passion. We all have our daily jobs and Pause is a side project that’s probably bigger than our daily jobs. That’s why we have strong connections with the internationals because after 6pm here, it’s daytime overseas. ARE THERE ANY INSTALLATIONS OR CREATIONS YOU’RE PARTICULARLY LOOKING FORWARD TO? I’m personally looking forward to see all 11 international animation screenings from Breeder, Sander Van Dijk, Murat Pak, Ian Clemmer, Bestia, Jean-Paul Frenay, Hi Organic, Onur Senturk, Mirari&Co, Dima Grubin and Ronaldo Tozzi, and hear the spectacular Radium Audio sound design that will be mixed into it. It’s going to be a treat for anyone coming to see it at the ACMI on November 11! I’m also excited to see how the SoundCloud project turns out. Anyone can be part of it, all they have to do is record sounds around the city – interviews, concerts, funny chats, secret recordings, anything – with the SoundCloud App. Then after the festival we’ll be mapping the most innovative, funny or original sounds to the Google map location where they were recorded. The project will offer a sneak peak into our digital real-life on the streets, which is pretty exciting! PART OF THE FESTIVAL SEEMS TO BE DEDICATED TO NETWORKING, WHY? AND WHAT OPPORTUNITIES WILL PEOPLE HAVE TO NETWORK DURING THE FESTIVAL? The nature of our events is very casual and intimate so people can meet each other and talk to the exhibitors and the presenters easily. Our website allows users to leave comments and start communication with the artist or agency they liked. Some of our artists have already been approached by agencies via our website and been commissioned to do work for them. I’m really psyched about that because that’s what Pause is all about – nurturing and promoting creativity for everyone to enjoy. 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photography Simon Beart of Be-artvideography Aaron Maguire of AM Productions Ben Sengsouvanh of Crisp Media Kenny Nguyen of Crisp Media Caspian Pantea Bob Mcafrey – photography Oli Samson – Photography Jon Baginski – Photography/Video Fraser Macedo - Photography Kim Preston - Photography Michelle Grace Hunder - Photography Pause ID Motion Designers Bestia Dima Grubin Hi Organic Ian Clemmer Mirari&Co Murat Pak Ronaldo Tozzi Sander van Dijk Pause Cribs Studios Ada Chung – Volunteer Joanna Bohm – Volunteer Big Boom DMCI Futuredeluxe Kobayashi Leviathan Lumbre Physalia Stupid-Studio Radium Audio – Sound Design Pro-Pause Presenters Andrew Diey - Vision & Concept Andrew Diey - Creative Director Peter Malmqvist - Lead Sound Designer Andrew Diey, David Connolly, Bill Francis - Sound Designers Irad Lee - Sound Designer (Studio Irad Lee) P-tronix - Mastering (London) Josie Lloyd, David Connolly & Johan Vavare – Radium Musicians Pále, Last Japan, Folkhälsan, Ipman, Karin Höghielm, Whistla, James Hand, Alteria Percepsyne - Musicians Paul Callaghan – Director of Freeplay Dr. Florian ‘Floyd’ Muller – Director of Exertion Games Lab Foo Chi Sung – Creative Director of squint/opera Robert Stock – Executive Producer of Boffswana Stephen Van Elst – Head of Design of Boffswana Nicholas Cain – Presenter Pause Central Exhibitors Studio Equator, GXM, Jayson Haebich, Chris Vik, Exertion Games Lab, Chris Staring, Netzer Alima, BlueMD Pause Network Andrey Muratov, Danny Yount, Oli Sorenson, Sander Van Dijk, View, Timo Arnall, James Alliban, Silvia Casali, Big Boom, Roman Rutten, Dark Matters, Tronic Studio, Multitouch-Barcelona, Fantasy Interactive, Futuredeluxe, Stupid-Studio, Dima Grubin, Seeper, Umeric, Director Kobayashi, Physalia, Eat My Dear, Dante Nou, Antonis Zagoraios, Dimitry Zakharov, Ronaldo Tozzi, Leviathan, Plenty, Markus Wagner, Vascolo, Benjamin Ducroz, Giovanni Bucci, Cameron Gough, Tokyoplastic, Darkroom, Menno Fokma, Kim Holm, Ian Clemmer, Mirari&Co, BL;ND, Niles Heckman, FWA, AR Door, Airside, Jean-Paul Frenay, Resonance, Onur Senturk, GMUNK, Jonathan Gurvit, Raoul Paulet, Murat Pak, Qube Konstrukt, Breeder, Charlex, Picturedrift, Home de Caramel, Radium Audio, Cake,Yu Fuji, Gero Doll, Graphset, Richard De Souza, Blac Ionica, Benjamin Ang, Lumbre, JL Design, Squint/opera, MRK, Nomint, Robert Seidel, MK12, Studio Freak, Omnilab Media, Damian Dunne, Yenko, Hi Organic, James Boorman, Netzer Alima, Kit Webster, Graham Elliot, Efozy, Can Fly Event Partners Melbourne Central, Loop, Fed Square, IdN, Swinburne, RMIT, Deakin, Radium Audio, Motiongrapher, Rooftop Bar, ACMI, SoundCloud, Rancho Notorious, Berlin Bar, OmnilabMedia, GestaltenTV, GXM, HAHA Industries, Breeder, Visual Jazz Media Partners & Supporters Shaper Studio, Boosted Human, IdN, Art Guide, AIMIA, Threaded, Surface Asia, China Bar, Mocha, Digital Buyologie, Eurotrash, Typ3D, Portable, Nothing to Nobody, Australian Infront, Digital Buzz, Macworld, Art Monthly, TimeOut Melbourne, VJ Union Event Sponsors Vimeo, IdN, Radium Audio, S2M, Visual Jazz Produced by Pause Fest 2011 //ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Alex Tobin for curating GestaltenTV selection Graham Elliott for presenting ‘New York in motion’ feature Matt Lambert for Motiongrapher and BareBones selection Joseph Norster for Projector Bike experience project David Dworsky & Victor Köhler directors of ‘PressPausePlay’ feature Swinburne, RMIT and Deakin Universities for their submissions Ella Mitchell from Omnilab Media for hosting VIP screening Kelli Keating from Fed Square for making it happen Joanne O’Harra from ACMI for great project management Kristin Bacon from Loop for great hospitality Kit Webster for guerrilla projections HAHA Industries for touring Melbourne clubs Rene De La Soyo for Eurotrash after party Grant Gould for unforgettable views from Rooftop Bar Will Mason from Melbourne Central for event space Amelia Walsh from Get Notorious for screenings PAUSEFEST.COM.AU INFO@PAUSEFEST.COM.AU SUBMISSIONS@PAUSEFEST.COM.AU VIMEO.COM/PAUSEFEST FACEBOOK.COM/PAUSEFEST SOUNDCLOUD.COM/PAUSEFEST @PAUSEFEST //PAUSE FEST 2011 OPENING TITLES Pause Fest ID - Breeder & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32066745 Director: Joyce Ho Producer: Megan Griffiths DOPs: Timothy Lovett and Chris Morris RED Operator: Peter Wright Editing and Colour Grading: Joyce Ho, Timothy Lovett and Chris Morris Compositor: Chris Morris Props and Set Design: Megan Griffiths and Joyce Ho Scientific Consultant: Will Johnston Special Thanks: Queensland University of Technology Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Ipman, Josephine LLoyd, Karin Hรถghielm, Johan Vavare. Mastering - P-tronix, London Pause Fest ID - Murat Pak & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32133205 Pause Fest ID - Sander Van Dijk & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32081602 Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Bill Francis - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - James Hand Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - David Connolly - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Pรกle Mastering - P-tronix, London Pause Fest ID - Ronaldo Tozzi & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32081392 Pause Fest ID - Mirari&Co & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32080990 Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - David Connolly - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Ipman Mastering - P-tronix, London Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - David Connolly - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Alteria Percepsyne & Ipman //Radium Presents - Making of Pause Fest Music & Sound Radium Audio - Behind the Scene vimeo.com/34178153 Client: Pause Fest Creative: Radium Films Director: Andrew Diey / Dominic Dorin Filmed by: Dominic Dorin Edited by: Andrew Diey / Dominic Dorin Produced by: Andrew Diey A 20 Min insight into the music makers and sound creators on the 9 Pause Fest animations. for Pause Festival, Australia. Featuring the In-House team at Radium and Pรกle, Last Japan, Bill Francis, James Hand, Alteria Percepsyne, George Hedon. Pause Fest ID - Dima Grubin & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32076718 Pause Fest ID - Ian Clemmer & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32077276 Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - David Connolly - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Last Japan Mastering - P-tronix, London Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Bill Francis Musician - Last Japan Mastering - P-tronix, London Pause Fest ID - Bestia & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32065109 Pause Fest ID - Hi Organic & Radium Audio vimeo.com/32076932 Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Ipman Sound: Radium Audio Creative Director: Andrew Diey - Radium Audio Lead Sound Designer - Peter Malmqvist - Radium Audio Sound Designer - David Connolly & Bill Francis - Radium Audio Sound Designer - Irad Lee - Studio Irad Lee Musician - Pรกle //PAUSE CRIBS 2011 Pause Cribs are up to 10-minute videos of behind the scenes footage from some of the world’s leading motion studios. The studios were asked a series of questions to take the audience back stage and talk about their design philosophies and processes. Pause Cribs - Lumbre vimeo.com/28302668 Creative Director: Sergio Saleh Executive Producer: Pablo Encabo Assistant Producer: Evelyn Robayo Camera, DP, Design, Animation, Postproduction: Ariel Cabrera, Paula Vidal, Damian Stricker Sound design: Ariel Cabrera Pause Cribs - Physalia vimeo.com/36224345 Pause Cribs - Stupid Studio vimeo.com/36223843 Direction/Production: Physalia Sound Design: Alex Mediavilla “VCS” ( huesoroto.tumblr.com ) Direction: Lars Neckelmann, Daniel Gjøde, Felicia Soto Editing: Lars Neckelmann Animation: Michel Bondo Hansen Sound Design: Audionerve Showreel Music: Pump Audio Pause Cribs - Futuredeluxe vimeo.com/36224375 Pause Cribs - Leviathan vimeo.com/29739827 Direction: Andrew Jones Production: Futuredeluxe Director & Editor: Daniel Ryan Produced by: Leviathan Director of Photography: Stephan Mazurek Gaffer & Digital Tech: Emily Hindin Gaffer & B-Cam: Derick Smith Grip: Dan Tiffany B-Cam: O’Conner Hartnett Additional Photography: Aaron Edwards Music: “Inception” by The Photographic Courtesy of Galaxia Records “Land of Tomorrow” by Jamey See Tai Sound Design & Re-recording Mixer: Dustin Camilleri Audio Post Facilities Provided by: Pulsetrain, LLC Montage Original Score & Sound Design: Waveplanet | Joel Corelitz Voice Over Recording: Chicago Recording Company Colorist: Lawrence Bird Special Thanks: Secret Frequency Harry Burgan, Jeff Van Steen Massive thanks to everyone involved! You made Pause 2011 a very special event. AR H S . FEST I N A M pause fe st.com .au E.