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UPTHINK LAB co-founders, Erik Huber & Doug Urquhart, utilized time-lapse & high-speed cinematography to create a new media installation that spans over 80 feet in downtown Atlanta.

Motions of Time is a compilation of past, present, and future (un-released) work by Doug & Erik. You’ll most likely recognize sequences from The Huber Experiments 1 (2009). A sneak peak from Doug’s up-coming documentary about the Canadian Rockies is also featured along with various time-lapse sequences captured in the south east.

Screening from sunset to sunrise between 7/21-9/21, 2011 on the GSU campus. One Park Place South.

For more info:
http://www.daelab.com/2011/07/the-window-project-motions-of-time/

Music by:
Sixtoo “Part 10″

indieATL is a series of live music videos recorded for WRAS 88.5FM at the studios of the Digital Arts Entertainment Lab in Atlanta, Georgia. The show is produced by Matt Rowles with the extraordinary efforts of the students in the MIS Program @ Georgia State University, especially Chris Escobar, Associate Producer and Kristy Breneman, Coordinating Producer.

The Digital Arts Entertainment Lab (DAEL) is an entertainment research and production facility at Georgia State. Through industry and university partnerships, DAEL trains graduate students, facilitates the creation and testing of digital media content, incubates emerging media arts businesses and engages in academic research.

Video/Edit: Steven Swigart

The Window Project is a curated new media installation space in downtown Atlanta facing the southern end of Woodruff Park from the windows of the Digital Arts Entertainment Laboratory (DAEL). The infrastructure consists of seven high definition projectors synchronized to create a rear-projection screen that stands over six feet high and spans over 80 feet in width.

Here’s a collection of segments from the indieATL music series for WRAS 88.5FM | DAEL, produced by Matt Rowles and the MIS Students @ GSU.

The Window Project is a curated new media installation space in downtown Atlanta facing the southern end of Woodruff Park from the windows of the Digital Arts Entertainment Laboratory (DAEL). The infrastructure consists of seven high definition projectors synchronized to create a rear-projection screen that stands over six feet high and spans over 80 feet in width.