John Whitney - Matrix III - ASCII (2009) - skuzzyanimation


An ASCII remix of John Whitney's 1972 work Matrix III by YouTube user skuzzyanimation.
Originally via Channel 53.


Circular File Channel


Circular File Channel is the TV Network as TV Show. The project combines content produced by Circular File (principal members - Josh Kline, Anicka Yi, Jon Santos, Thomas Torres Cordova, Tatiana Hamilton) with contributions from invited artists (including Uri Aran, Alisa Baremboym, Luke Calzonetti, Anne Eastman, Greg Edwards, Debo Eilers, Shana Moulton, Takeshi Murata, Patrick Price, Fatima Al Qadiri, Ken Okiishi, Georgia Sagri, Trevor Shimizu, Brina Thurston, Allyson Vieira, Xeno & Oaklander, and others). The content was edited together into three 28 minute long episodes broadcast in November 2009 on Manhattan Cable Access, and streamed on Vimeo, YouTube, and PerformaTV. Content was produced around the following themes: computer-aided new century modernist art and architecture, the creative industries, The Bush Economic Bubble (ie 2005, 2006, 2007), human capital/exploitation, posthumanism, comedy, tragedy, and tragicomedy.


Magnetic Movie (2007) - Semiconductor (Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt)


Since 1999 UK artists Ruth Jarman and Joe Gerhardt have worked with digital animation to transcend the constraints of time, scale and natural forces; they explore the world beyond human experience, questioning our very existence.

The secret lives of invisible magnetic fields are revealed as chaotic ever-changing geometries. All action takes place around NASA's Space Sciences Laboratories, UC Berkeley, set to recordings of space scientists excitedly describing their visualization techniques. Magnetic Movie delves into Earth's inaudible surroundings, revealing recurrent 'whistlers' produced by fleeting electrons. Are we observing a series of scientific experiments, the universe in flux, or a documentary of a fictional world?



Klima Kontrolle (2006) - Luna Maurer & Roel Wouters



Positive Mental Attitude (2009) - Stephanie Davidson









(3,4) 3D T K (2009) - VERSELEY



A (3,4)-3D fluid torus knot rendered by Apple Grapher. GIF


Untitled (2007) - Javier Morales



béton benetton (2009) - Laura Brothers




Perma Deluxe


Homer Vs Kidd

TIMROD (1991) - Frank Panucci

"A collection of short animations I did on the Amiga computer using Deluxe Paint III. Sounds and music from Streets of Rage 2 on Genesis." - Ian Chase

The Cheaply Animated Guy (1993) - Kenneth M. Bradford

Honker - leproducer2

Space Trek (1994) - Lee Butterley


Sprite Vampire () - Mike Ton and Brandon Thau
"High School presentation for class experiment dissolving chicken bones in various soda. Sprite was the most destructive. 90% of my energy on this animation and only 10% on the actual lab work. Still managed an A though. Sound Fx and music is from Super Castlevania 4's sound mode. Very low rent :) "

Beef - Having it Your Way (1992)
"Amiga animation 1992. It won Honorable mention, a second placing shared with a couple other pieces at The Homer Alaska Pratt Museum Spring Juried Arts Show (judged in actuality). Crude, rough AMIGA animation and sound, I submitted this at the prompting of my mom, and was quite surprised to get the award and attention."

Freak Alley - Steve Tiffany

Fakin Garstang
"Hiking in the hills of Garstang on a serene day until a mindless youth comes along and attacks this innocent hiker."

A Sea Trek - Felipe Magana

Amiga Animation
Somehow, back in high school, I was put in a special "computers in art" program which had an actual working artist and a room full of Amiga computers (which were the top of the line back then). Anyrate, these poorly recorded images are all that remains of that experience.

Amiga Computer Animation - Dean Kelsen

Trojan War 3004 -Zak Weddington and Sage Stevens

burping montage

Silly Animations Amiga Demo - The Wanderers

Center Core Never More - Johnny Doe and the Statistics


Dervish (2004-2005) - Jennifer Steinkamp




Dimensions: size variable, horizontal: 8 - 12 feet high x 10.6 - 16 feet wide Equipment: Equipment: 5000+ lumen projectors, 1 PC computer. (Photo credit: Robert Wedemeyer, courtesy Lehmann Maupin)

Dervish consists of four high definition projections of individual trees with twirling branches. This was inspired by a ritual practiced by the priests, or dervishes, of the Mevlavi sect of Islam. In the midst of a trance, the dervishes whirl in a motion symbolizing the soul's release from earthly ties and communication with the divine. The movement of the branches contains elements of both control and lawlessness -- while the whirling motion of the trees is fanciful and seemingly enchanted, the movement is limited by the roots of the trees.