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Adrian Foster
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A wall painted animation

First, I put some new music in my mp3 player, just the first track. Well, to me it's pretty old (like the others in the same player) but I remixed it, took parts out and put new parts in, just for the hell of it. Occasionally I'll load up something old, dust it off and mess around with it as a temporary break from current projects. The word "Transignition" was from a dream I had (my dreams and "real life" seem mash together all the time) when I was actually working on the original music a long time ago. I fell asleep on the floor of the basement in a studio where I had my gear set up at the time. Right before I fell asleep I was watching part of Holy Mountain on a TV in the same room so maybe that had something to do with it. But in the dream I was walking up a stone stairway going to a hotel. When I got to the door I hesitated at the black doors because there was a bright glowing light coming through the cracks. When I opened the door i was engulfed in massive flames and my body instantly evaporated to nothing. At first I thought it was a bad idea to go in but somehow I was still standing there in the middle of a fire without a body. I went past the flames into the hotel lobby, up to the front desk and I heard a voice tell me that they have been expecting me or something. I looked up behind the counter and saw "TRANSIGNITION" carved into the glass wall, and behind the glass were some dark gray statues of trees and more flames. After that I just remember waking up and continuing with the music.

"Transignition" - means to move into another state of mind but it starts from a spark and grows into a burning intensity as you transform into something different or make the change. I can't find it in the dictionary so i guess i made it up. "Transignition Hotel" would be the hotel where you can go stay and experience it. RIght?

Then, check it out ....an animation I found a little while ago. Like many other people, I wonder how long it took to make this...

A short film by Blu: an ambiguous animation painted on public walls.

Made in Buenos Aires and in Baden (fantoche)

Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuGaqLT-gO4

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about 11 years ago 0 likes  4 comments  0 shares
Photo 110999
He was eaten by the ants from the Mummy!
about 11 years ago
Photo 110999
And I liked listening to TRANSIGNITION HOTEL. Good Job!
about 11 years ago
Rottendoubt a4 patrick
oh ya, that's a great animation!
about 11 years ago
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it´s great saw this - but - think - was not so long !
about 11 years ago


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