The ever-shifting shape of Analogue Futurism. 100% digital-effects free.
Director: Max Hattler
Producer: Max Hattler
Animation: Max Hattler, Noriko Okaku, Philip Serfaty, Rodrigo Vives
Agency: W+K Tokyo Lab
Creative Director: +cruz
Thanks to: Nick Roericht
Moving image artist Max Hattler was educated in London at Goldsmiths and the Royal College of Art. He has had solo exhibitions at Tenderpixel Gallery, Playgrounds Festival, Lumen Eclipse, Media Art Friesland, and Someonesgarden Tokyo, and retrospectives at Go Short Nijmegen, Image Forum Festival, Fredrikstad Animation Festival, Lago Film Fest, Branchage Film Festival and International Short Film Festival Detmold, among others. His works have been shown at hundreds of film festivals as well as in museums and galleries such as Erarta Museum, MOCA Taipei, the Marl Video Art Award, Yota Space and Gasworks Gallery. Awards include Multivision Festival, St. Louis Film Festival, Premio Simona Gesmundo, Visual Music Award, Animate OPEN Digitalis, London International Animation Festival, Videofestival Bochum, Videologia and many more. Hattler’s films have been included in the touring programmes of Videoformes, Videoholica, onedotzero, the European Media Art Festival, Euroshorts, Shorts Attack, Fairecourt, 700IS, The Animation Show, L’Alternativa, Animac, AURORA, and the British Animation Awards. Max has collaborated with music acts like Basement Jaxx, Julien Mier, Jovanotti, Pixelord, The Egg, and Jemapur, and he has presented his audiovisual live performances around the world, including the Museum of Image and Sound in Sao Paulo, Electrovisiones Mexico City, the European Media Art Festival, Cimatics Festival, Donaufestival Krems, Filmfest Dresden, SuperDeluxe Tokyo, The Big Chill Festival and London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts. He teaches in London at Goldsmiths and the University of the Arts, Chelsea, and is studying towards a Doctorate in Fine Art at the University of East London.
Official website: http://www.maxhattler.com
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Artist name: Max Hattler