Tuesday, November 13, 2007

Mask.



War-paint. Camouflage. Concealment. Act of self-expression or of belonging to a group. Representation, reflection, or pretense? For protection sometimes; actually often. A curtain, a screen, a veil behind which to hide. A shield, disguise or figment. Often fanciful though - ones persona, like war-paint. Masks and avatars. Behind each, a person, with hopes and fears, with feelings often much deeper than the side they show; actually, always.

MASK, a short animation, using the faces of many avatars from Second Life:-

Higher quality version available HERE.

or lower quality from YouTube below:-



Music 'Harper's Song', with permission, by Angry Man.

WITH SPECIAL THANKS TO - In this video (in order of appearance):

Qarl Linden, iN Ni, Jupe Ramona, Sean Voss, Stella Costello, Blaccard Burks, Domenico Quaranta, SignpostMarv Martin, Pansy Snoring, Circe Broom, Slim Warrior, Rob Barber, Ravenelle Zugzwang, Dolyn Foley, Lunata Lupino, Lili Brink, Bradley Bracken, Hokuto Sirbu, Kourosh Eusebio, Calmtommy Lowell, Sylvia Trilling, Larry Pixel, Robustus Hax, Johan Durant, Nicholas Etzel, Flea Bussy, Walker Moore, Ginge Reymont, Jaycatt Nico, Lauren Weyland, Steff Ling, Cubist Scarborough, Pygar Bu, Osprey Therian, Torley Olmstead, Phoenix Psaltery, Tayzia Abattoir, Aimee Weber, Sasun Steinbeck, Jaynine Scarborough, Sally Silvera, Lem Skall, Gwyneth Llewelyn, Diana Hooper, Matthew Kidomen, Matthew Kidomen, Tooter Claxton, Brett Bjornson, Marianne McCann, Kit Meredith, Bettina Tizzy, Veritas Raymaker, Hitomi Mokusei, Lalalocca Miles, Max Burns, Pieter Bosch, Gonta Maltz, DrFran Babcock, Anjouli Troncon, Veyron Supercharge, RacerX Gullwing, Olmia Tenk, Lem Skall, Torley Linden, Burnsand Allen, Milos Waydelich, Snow Gretzky, Juko tempel, iAlja Writer, (and Robbie Dingo).

11 Comments:

Blogger Veyron Supercharge said...

Very neat. The video is really well done and a very cool concept.

13 November, 2007  
Blogger Robbie said...

Lovely

13 November, 2007  
Blogger Mari said...

YAY! Me an my brother (an a whole lotta other folks I know) made the cut!

13 November, 2007  
Blogger Bettina Tizzy said...

This was smooth as a baby's bottom, Robbie. And fun!

14 November, 2007  
Blogger Nick Noakes said...

brill and a lot of fun spotting the avs I know! :) Love the angry man music too .. ahh Better Life :)

14 November, 2007  
Blogger Kit Meredith said...

Robbie, absolutely love it. Thanks for including me, but more importantly, thanks for making this.

Wrote a little something about "Mask" over on my blog, I'd love it if you stopped by: http://kitmeredith.blogspot.com/2007/11/my-mask.html

14 November, 2007  
Anonymous Breen Mathy said...

This is yet another amazing fantastic video you have done. It is brilliant.

I'm still in awe are your Starry Night machinima, and after seeing this I think I'll have to watch all of your videos, whenever you make them.

15 November, 2007  
Anonymous Isabelle and Nicolas said...

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16 November, 2007  
Blogger Ajo Adventure said...

Really love the short film Mask, today I talked baout it on my radio show in CA, USA its a FM station out in Northen Califonia, www.kmud.org
I gave out your blog address over the air. I found your film from looking at art in second life web site blogs, I am really intested in screening some of your shorts in a small Gallery up here. (no $ its really small) I may put together a real life show of art from Second life. I just started checking it out. My show is called the Digital Divide and if I could interveiw you via second life and then relay that over my FM radio station that would be really cool.
thats for excellent work!
Penelope
(AKA Fire Jarman)

04 January, 2008  
OpenID tntabc123 said...

A-MAZING!

09 January, 2008  
Anonymous Arthur Fermi said...

I saw this in the 80s with Godley and Cream's Cry, it would have been neat to see an SL version of that.

10 January, 2008  

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