ROTATOR Short Film by Simon Russell | STASH MAGAZINE

“ROTATOR” Palindromic Short Film by Simon Russell

Join UK director and motion designer Simon Russell as he takes us through the creative and technical challenges of his intricate and hypnotic new personal work ROTATOR, a short film based on visual and audio symmetry. [Watch]

Little Science Text-to-Video Short Film Vadim Epstein | STASH MAGAZINE

“Little Science” Text-to-Video Short Film by Vadim Epstein

Vadim Epstein, director and media artist in Turkey: “[This film is a] visual allegory, illustrating concepts and ideas of the natural sciences on the micro and macro scales, depicting it as an abstract pseudo-realistic fantasy rather than mundane scenery. [Watch]

Contours and Coincidence Short Film David Stout | STASH MAGAZINE

“Contours and Coincidence” Generative Short Film by David Stout

David Stout, the Dallas-based visual artist, composer, and co-founder of interactive media collective NoiseFold, invites you on an inky and narrative-free adventure in his latest short film Contours and Coincidence. [Watch]

Refik Anadol Zaha Hadid Architecting the Metaverse | STASH MAGAZINE

“Architecting the Metaverse” Installation by Refik Anadol and Zaha Hadid Architects

From the team at Zaha Hadid Architects: “‘Architecting the Metaverse’ is a collaboration between ZHA and Refik Anadol Studio and part of the ‘Meta-Horizons: The Future Now’ exhibition at DDP Design Museum in Seoul, South Korea.” [Watch]

Max Cooper Symphony in Acid Music Video Ksawery Kirklewski | STASH MAGAZINE

Max Cooper “Symphony in Acid” Typographic Music Video by Ksawery Kirklewski

Polish designer/animator/programmer Ksawery Kirklewski fuses the words of German philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein with the music of Max Cooper in this fascinating exploration of generative typography called “Symphony in Acid”. [Watch]

Unsupervised MoMA NFT Collection Refik Anadol | STASH MAGAZINE

“Unsupervised MoMA NFT Collection” Teaser by Refik Anadol

Refik Anadol, media artist and director in Los Angeles: “What would a machine mind dream of after ‘seeing’ the vast collection of The Museum of Modern Art? In other words, if the corpus of images of the MoMA collection had been accomplished by a single artist, what would their dreams look like? [Watch]