Dark Matters. Pecha Kucha Inspiration. Memories.

On Wednesday February 29th I went to Pecha Kucha Night CPH #19. It was a great line up – in both Danish and English – and one of the Pecha Kucha presentations reminded me of a great experience I [and every other festival guest] had on Trailerpark Festival 2011: Dark Matters & co.’s interactive visual installation for the main stage!

 

Dark Matters made a 20×20 seconds presentation [that’s what Pecha Kucha is about] about their work – including this project, made in collaboration with Yoke and some of my favorite Danish graphic artists, Hvass&Hannibal. The visualizations were different in almost every show – but this one with dancing muscles, I recorded, is my absolute favorite. The artist in the video is the American Simone Jones.

 

Check out Dark Matters‘ own video for more Trailerpark Festival Main Stage visualizations:

 

One of the most amazing videos is the in the making that shows how it all is an illusion. Love it:

 

The Wild Pony & co. participated in Trailpark Festival 2011 with an lounge/art project – check it out on my personal portfolio.

 

 

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2 Comments

  • 11 May 2012 | Permalink | Reply

    Pecha Kucha is inspiring in so many ways! Just like you, I am a big fan of Pecha Kucha and how it gives people a place to share ideas, dreams and beyond. I wish you even more such artistic experiences as the Dark Matter presentation you mentioned. Sometimes it’s worth seeing a few weaker presentations to finally see the one that makes a strong impact on you.

    If you’d like to read some of my own observations, check out my recent article: 20 Reasons Why Pecha Kucha is Great for You.
    All best from Oslo

  • 12 May 2012 | Permalink | Reply

    Hey Marcin – as you already know, I couldn’t agree more. I always feel like I could be the best concept developer and entrepreneur after a Pecha Kucha night – totally bombed with ideas. Thanks for your comment and link – always lovely, when relevant!
    Take care and happy PK in Oslo – greetings from Copenhagen.

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