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Schrödinger's Newspaper


An animated art piece created in collaboration with Hugo Verweij (Netherlands) to contribute to Born Magazine's Spring 2004 issue. The poem is by Cheryl Gatling (New York).

Born Magazine is an experimental venue marrying literary arts and interactive media.

  Schrodinger's Newspaper

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Dark mood well created - human yet appropriately grotesque.
Jonathan Man - BBC

Pretty intense. The music brings it all together. Great job. Congratulations!
Matt Owens - Volume One

Linking up on surfstation right now. Awesome.
Jemma Gura

 

Great work! Oh you'll get fans now:) you're a great designer.
Linda Gavin

Niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiice, very deep piece.
Niko Stumpo
Abnormal Behavior Child


It's very cool -- And CREEPY! :)
Karen Krening

 

Very intriguing stuff
Daniel Koh - Amateur Provokateur

Very nice.
Craig Robinson - Flip Flop Flyin

Very nice work.
JD hooge - Grid Plane

 

Nice work, mark. i like the central conceit of the piece - it's a mindgame i think we all like to play with ourselves, especially when the news is so unrelievedly bad.
Adam - V-2.org

Great work Mark - I honestly didn't know Born Magazine was still alive! Glad to know it's still the crewative hub I remember it to be.
Todd Dominey

I think you should get involved with broadcast animation as you have a really nice sense of timing and your work is personal and atmospheric.
Robert Sosner - Animator

 

I thought I'd write a brief note to let you know that I greatly appreciated SCHRÖDINGER'S NEWSPAPER. It was very fresh. Great work all around. Keep up the fabulous work.
Dom - Australian In Front

I recently checked out your project on BornMagazine. Nice stuff.
I am currently working on a personal project, a pdf publication. Would you like to contribute?

Karshan - Phase Zero

I like the way you depict the struggle between the need to know what's going on and the fear of knowing.
Per - K10k

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An online aquarium of digital lifeforms inspired by waterlife. These animations portray the lifeforms available to *play* with on Digiquaria.com.

 

 


Created as part of the Creativity Incubator project.
Digiquaria Wallpaper available here.
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