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SPARK!16th ARTS FEST: PROJECTION MAPPING "CHIASM BRAIN"

On August 19th, 2021, in celebration of diversity and the arts, this dynamic festival of live performances with interactive immersive installations takes place in front of the Bovard Auditorium as part of the USC welcome arts experience for incoming students. (Click LINK to see full event details.) 

 

"CHIASM BRAIN", the single-channel site-specific projection mapping piece,  is one of the multimedia installations without sound showcased and projected onto Bovard arch (projection area: W38 x H21 ft.) which intertwined perceptions and tunneled through color, movement, texture of different experimental clips which contain techniques like: mocap, filming under microscope,  time-lapse, stop-motion, etc.

 

By Arching 2D hands-on animations over to 3D computer motion graphics, this 20 minutes on-board experience aims to take audience to travel in hyperspace of "primordial soup" which composed and seasoned by multiple animation vignettes from 7 projects including: Kinetic Colors, Gaia, Procedural Organic, Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein Re-AnimatedMad God, Proto-Floto and Mental Black Hole

Above is MOCKUP TRAILER

Below contains:

DOCUMENTATION VIDEO & MOTION KEY MOMENTS, 

FULL PROJECTION CONTENTS & MOTION KEYFRAMES,

FULL CREDITS of this projection mapping piece along with

some more DOCUMENTATION PHOTOS of the  arts fest 

DOCUMENTATION VIDEO & MOTION KEY MOMENTS

FULL PROJECTION CONTENTS & MOTION KEYFRAMES

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RESPONSIBLE FOR

 

creating, editing and remixing multimedia animation sequence

for 

 PROJECTION MAPPING

"CHIASM BRAIN"

FULL CREDITS FOR  & 
DOCUMENTATION PHOTOS

"CHIASM BRAIN" features digital works by Kaley ChoZoey Lin,

and other alumni from the John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts: 

Tonia BelgariAndrea CaoAna Carolina Estarita-GuerreroChristine Xiaohan HeCecilia HuaCrystal JowYo-Yo LinEvan TedlockEmma WoodEmilia Yang.

Technical direction by Kaley Cho

Special thanks to Akiko Yamashita, professors Lisa Mann and Richard Weinberg, and  Tippett Studio & Phil Tippett.

Documentation video by Zoey Lin

Documentation photos by Carell Augustus, Gina Clyne