|A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time
|SCREENINGS AND EXHIBITIONS 2013
- Leeds International Film Festival, Leeds, UK, 6-21 Nov
- Opening Sub Heineken, Rinascente, Piazza Duomo, Milan, Italy, 18-21 Oct
- Big Deal No. 5, Q Park, Chinatown, London, 17 Oct (curated by Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie)
- Animatou Festival, Geneva, Switzerland, 11 Oct (masterclass)
- Anima Festival, Cordoba, Argentina, 10-12 Oct
- onedotzero BL-NK launch, BL-NK, London, Wed 25 Sep (onedotzero Hackney Select)
- Facade Video Festival, Plovdiv, Bulgaria, 11-15 Sep
- Circuito Off, Venice, Italy, 28-31 Aug
- C the Film, Edinburgh Festival Fringe, Edinburgh, UK, 27 Jul - 27 Aug
- East End Film Festival, London, 3 Jul (Emerge talk)
- Schaustelle, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, 15+16 Jun (Max Hattler: Selected Works)
- Schaustelle, Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany, 15 Jun (artist talk)
- Science Friction, Copenhagen, Denmark, 28 May (artist talk)
- The Animation Workshop, VIA University College, Viborg, Denmark, 21 May (artist talk)
- AniFest, Teplice, Czech Republic, 27 Apr (lecture)
- Rhythms + Visions, George Lucas Cinematic Arts Building, USC, LA, USA, 19-30 Apr
- Animatricks Animation Festival, Helsinki, Finland, 19-21 Apr
- Frenz: Art in April, Strongroom, London, UK, 17 Apr (screening/talk)
- onedotzero x Hackney House, Austin, Texas, USA, 8-11 Mar (during SXSW Interactive)
- University of East London, London, 7 Mar (Doctorate in Fine Art WIP Show)
- Royal College of Art, London, 31 Jan (talk)
- Playgrounds Digital Arts Festival, Tilburg, NL, 22 Nov - 2 Dec (Max Hattler solo show at SEA Foundation / Gust van Dijk Project Room, preview)
- Erarta Contemporary Art Museum and Galleries as part of Multivision Festival, St. Petersburg, Russia, 4-18 Nov (preview)
A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time (preview) and Shift (in the background) at Erarta Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2012.
|WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
"An Explosive Animation Inspired By Fractals And Chaos Theory. Beginning with a miniature Big Bang, we follow the story of an iridescent bubble bifurcating until it becomes a whole population, which then advances in its form and movement. Using a simple format and augmenting it in surprising ways, Max Hattler's A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time draws on his pieces X (2012) and 1923 aka Heaven (2010). Though visually simpler than those previous works, this one certainly has Hattler's spacy style at its core. After Hattler's Sync won the award for Best Video Installation at St. Petersburg's Multivision Festival, the organizers asked him to collaborate with a team of Russian animators who assisted him in bringing a new work to life. As Hattler puts it, "I tried to approach the animation as a living creature. It tries to communicate with you, through abstract words and sounds. This is one of the reasons you can hear some melodies, as it's hidden in our human phrases." Once completed, the film piece debuted at the Erarta museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Julien Mier, who we previously featured in our LAYERS column, created the soundtrack, working with Hattler to synchronize sound and visuals to the ideal level. Their attention to detail made the final product an enthralling couple minutes that you'll find yourself having to play back a couple of times." Abdullah Saeed, The Creators Project, 21 Jan 2013
"Shape-shifting animation moves with the music. Entitled 'A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time', this animation by Max Hattler offers a stunning spectacle. Max Hattler is a moving image artist based in London and Germany. A well-known figure in the animation industry, his new creations are always greeted with a reception of excitement and anticipation. Thankfully, this latest video - titled 'A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time' - doesn't disappoint. Directed by Max, the animation was created by Sergei Dragunov, Natalia Gabis, Alexandra Krechman, Zorislava Logatcheva,
Ola Mishina, Dan Orlov, Yury Smakov, and Anna Hanna Zhdanova. The video sees a colourful shape expanding, decreasing and darting to the tune of Julien Mier. Although the concept is simple, the workload is clear from beginning to end." Creative Bloq, 23 Jan 2013
"You know the year’s shaping up to be a good one when you get not one, but two new animations from Max Hattler. The verbosely named A Very Large Increase in the Size, Amount, or Importance of Something Over a Very Short Period of Time, sees a colourful spec playfully dart, explode and expand to the sound and music of Julien Mier." Directors Notes, 16 Jan 2013
"Max Hattler directs another short film composed of beautifully unfolding audiovisual synergy. Impressive sound design by Julien Mier." Ventilate, 17 Jan 2013
"Irgendwie schön." Interfilm Blog, 19 Jan 2013
Directed by Max Hattler.
Animation by Sergei Dragunov, Natalia Gabis, Alexandra Krechman, Zorislava Logatcheva,
Ola Mishina, Dan Orlov, Yury Smakov, Anna Hanna Zhdanova.
Sound and Music by Julien Mier.
Produced by Multivision Festival.
Supported by Goethe Institut St. Petersburg and Petersburg Computer Animation Studio.
Thanks to Daria Demchenko, Svetlana Petrova and Teresa Longo.
Length: 2 minute film + 6-minute accompanying loops
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