Dramatic abstract video. According to Sie, “All scenes were filmed by using lycopodium powder, 50 Hz, a Canon 5D and a 100mm macro lens.” This video shows how powerful highly focused concept, visuals, and sound can be.
Video and Cinema
Moving Surrealism. Video or Animated gif.
Moving still portrait sculptures.
A collaboration of ZEITGUISED with Berlin fashion label Franzius and ProdCo Stink Berlin.
Premiere at the Stink Temporary Gallery during Gallery Weekend Berlin 2012.
1080p portrait screen exhibit: endless loop
Bigheaded figures. Peculiar bodies. How wonderful!
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Spectacular use of minimalism, surrealism, and abstraction.
As Onur says in the artist statement on Behance:
I want to produce a series of abstract, surreal, bizarre and minimal images. For the general look of the series, I prefered to produce images in a 3d environment, which I consider more open to new possibilities and manipulations.
Creation of the images took a bit long, due to my current Pc’s specsifications. As a method, I ran several fluid simulations, cloth simulations later on combined them in 3dsmax. After rendering process, I have added some handmade textures and typography in photoshop in order to reach the look that I wanted.