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SonoBuoy on Flickr.
Screenshot of SonoBuoy: a dance of disclosure - wherein R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX reanimates meet Anorectic Avatars. See the movie here: www.runran.net/remix_runran/?p=2123

SonoBuoy on Flickr.

Screenshot of SonoBuoy: a dance of disclosure - wherein R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX reanimates meet Anorectic Avatars. See the movie here: www.runran.net/remix_runran/?p=2123

Letting Slip on Flickr.
Screenshot of ‘Letting Slip: a dance of disrememberment’ - a dynamic animation created for remixworx.net and Anorectic Avatars. See the full [re]animation here: http://www.runran.net/remix_runran/?p=2111

Letting Slip on Flickr.

Screenshot of ‘Letting Slip: a dance of disrememberment’ - a dynamic animation created for remixworx.net and Anorectic Avatars. See the full [re]animation here: http://www.runran.net/remix_runran/?p=2111

Letting Slip on Flickr.
Screenshot of ‘Letting Slip: a dance of disrememberment’ - a dynamic animation created for remixworx.net and Anorectic Avatars. See the full [re]animation here: http://www.runran.net/remix_runran/?p=2111

Letting Slip on Flickr.

Screenshot of ‘Letting Slip: a dance of disrememberment’ - a dynamic animation created for remixworx.net and Anorectic Avatars. See the full [re]animation here: http://www.runran.net/remix_runran/?p=2111

Ordinary Folk - tv episode: 22/05/12

The young killer is eating breakfast at home. His father is there. 

The other older man is in another house, cheerful. He kisses his (not so young) bride-to-be. They talk about the wedding preparations. She seems unsure.

The groom-to-be is desperate to make it a special day but nothing seems to be organised. He tries to persuade a number of young women in the locality to be bridesmaids, apparently choosing them at random. No one’s willing.

A sinister man in a boxing gym talks to a nervous middle-aged woman about putting money and soul into boxing.

There’s a comic atmosphere at a dance class.

The bride-to-be gets her nails done. The beautician tries to talk to her but the bride-to-be storms out. Later in the cafe the beautician talks, sympathetically, to the bride-to-be again. She advises her to get her mother’s blessing for the wedding.

The sinister man in the boxing club tries to talk the middle-aged woman into being a mother figure for the young boxers.

In the pub, comic discussion about the dance class turns more serious.

The bride-to-be goes to see her mother in hospital.

The groom-to-be is still trying to drum up bridesmaids for the wedding. Men joke about his complicated and confused family relationships. This upsets the groom-to-be.

The sinister man convinces the nervous middle-aged woman to invest in the boxing club business. He reminisces about his own mother in a rather disturbing way. He believes she has literally gone to Hell. The woman gives him a hug because she’s motherly.

The groom-to-be is fretting about the wedding arrangements which are in disarray. He wants to give her a beautiful day so that she doesn’t feel worthless. Another man takes pity on him and helps.

The young killer is panicky about the groom-to-be’s forthcoming wedding and wants his father to do something about the situation.

The bride-to-be returns from the hospital. The groom-to-be is angry because she has cancelled the wedding. Then she tells him her mother is dead.

Ordinary Folk - tv episode: 15/05/12

A young man crying. The older man asks, “What kind of twisted man are you? You killed a woman?” The young man nods.

The young killer says it was an accident and asks for help. The older man looks shocked and runs off.

A family gathering - a tea party, someone mentions the murder but they don’t want to talk about it. The tea party continues cheerily.

He wants to get to the party to see his long lost daughter but the police are searching his house. The policeman wants a cup of tea.

A middle-aged couple. She talks about her broken heart. She’s angry and bitter, sobbing. He says he’s sorry.

At the tea party house, a young couple talking on the stairs, he’s upset.

A comic conversation in a sweet shop about knickers and chocolate. One of the women tells the other, she won’t lie for her, but the next moment does.

The young killer tries to explain himself to the older man. He’s crying. He insists it was an accident, she was his friend.

The middle-aged couple, clearly coming to the end of their relationship, talking, both crying. He says he still loves her.

The older man tells the young killer, he doesn’t believe it was an accident.

The middle-aged couple, apparently reconciled, return to their house.

The tea party continues, they’re still waiting for the young woman’s father to turn up. She wants to know why one of the women didn’t say nice things about her Dad.

The police are still searching his house but they haven’t found anything. They leave. The man rushes to the tea party house but, too late, his daughter is leaving.

In a parked car, the older man talks to the father of the young killer, who is sat on the back seat. The father doesn’t want his son to go to prison but the other man says he can’t get away with murder. The two older men have both done bad things in their past. The young killer, upset, gets out of the car. He’s in front of a police station. He looks desperately at the entrance, like he might turn himself in.

Turning Away Toward on Flickr.
Turning Away Toward Episode One: A Dance of Introduction - see the full reanimated drama an anorecticavatars and R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX co-production

Turning Away Toward on Flickr.

Turning Away Toward

Episode One: A Dance of Introduction - see the full reanimated drama

an anorecticavatars and R3/\/\1X\/\/0RX co-production

May 7
Confisuon Dérive, 30 April 2012

Confisuon Dérive, 30 April 2012

May 7
Inversion Poem #mental gymnastics, Confisuon assignment #1, UnderAcademy

Inversion Poem #mental gymnastics, Confisuon assignment #1, UnderAcademy

Oct 4

Notes Noir

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A collaboration for remixworx: concept and roadwork by runran, visualization and code by crissxross, based loosely…

7 studies on the correspondence between colours and forms