RP Montage 2012 by Raoul Paulet

<p>RP Montage 2012 from Raoul Paulet on Vimeo.</p>

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Eine Blasse Wa╠łscherin, Pierrot Lunaire Op. 21

Keith Kitz created contemporary motion graphic visualizations of composer Arnold Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21. A setting of twenty-one selected poems from Otto Erich Hartleben’s German translation of Albert Giraud’s cycle of French poems of the same name. Though originally developed to project during a live chamber ensemble performance, their dynamic visual presence allows them to effectively stand alone with sound. The artists involved drew inspiration from a variety of sources to create this body of work, utilizing Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 and the keyword initiative “violence” as merely a place to begin. The final pieces range from kinetic explorations of geometric interactions, to intensely layered works of montage.

Pierrot The Thief (Raub, Schoenberg no. 10), Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21

Keith Kitz created contemporary motion graphic visualizations of composer Arnold Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21. A setting of twenty-one selected poems from Otto Erich Hartleben’s German translation of Albert Giraud’s cycle of French poems of the same name. Though originally developed to project during a live chamber ensemble performance, their dynamic visual presence allows them to effectively stand alone with sound. The artists involved drew inspiration from a variety of sources to create this body of work, utilizing Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 and the keyword initiative “violence” as merely a place to begin. The final pieces range from kinetic explorations of geometric interactions, to intensely layered works of montage.

Moondrunk (Raub, Schoenberg no. 01), Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21

Keith Kitz created contemporary motion graphic visualizations of composer Arnold Schoenberg’s melodrama Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21. A setting of twenty-one selected poems from Otto Erich Hartleben’s German translation of Albert Giraud’s cycle of French poems of the same name. Though originally developed to project during a live chamber ensemble performance, their dynamic visual presence allows them to effectively stand alone with sound. The artists involved drew inspiration from a variety of sources to create this body of work, utilizing Pierrot Lunaire, Op. 21 and the keyword initiative “violence” as merely a place to begin. The final pieces range from kinetic explorations of geometric interactions, to intensely layered works of montage.

Bottle

Animated on location at a beach, in snow, and underwater, this stop-motion short details a transoceanic conversation between two characters via objects in a bottle.

Written, directed, animated, edited, and sound by Kirsten Lepore.

 

<p>Bottle from Kirsten Lepore on Vimeo.</p>