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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Rebecca Yang

Final year undergraduate majoring in Photography and Digital Imaging, studying in Nanyang Technological University's School of Art, Design and Media. Loves working with people and looking at things through a lens.

Joan Li

Final year Interactive Media undergraduate in NTU, Singapore. Loves exploring new stuff and capturing moments.

How does the outer space sound? Celestial Bodies is our interpretation of sounds in space that are created by electromagnetic vibrations from objects in the galaxy. It is an abstract representation of how celestial objects interact in space, and have elements of time travel and space warping.

Celestial Bodies

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Wang Ruotong

Motion graphic artist, video editor, music video producer

Ruobing Yu

Canadian exchange student from the University of Waterloo, in my third year studying Global Business and Digital Arts. I love laughing, listening to music, and drinking water!!!

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Exchange student from Canada who is enjoying the heat in Singapore. I enjoy photography and doodling!

Emilia Lilek

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Our “theme” is the Chinese Opera, where we drew different aspects from this art form, such as the emotion, flow and visuals as a representation of music without sound.

Faces & Opera

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Yeow Su Xian

Su Xian (Shu) is a second year Design Art Major in NTU School of Art, Design and Media. She dabbles in motion graphics, still designs and interactive works that ring her fancy – namely explorations of catharsis and phenomena. Her aspiration is to produce her own empire of mind through a multitude of forms in physical and digital media.

Jan Weddewer

Jan is an animator and motion graphics designer from Germany, currently studying Audiovisual Media in Stuttgart and Singapore. He is openminded and willing to support charitable projects. His Stop Motion film, 'Mr Gecko' won the gold award in the 'Safety Starts With Me' Competition 2018 in Singapore. He is always on the lookout for creative projects to get involved in.

Forces

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Eduardo Motta

A second year Double Major Graphic Design and Media Studies student at the University of Buffalo in New York, currently on exchange in NTU School of Arts, Design and Media.

Nasya Goh

A second year Interactive Media student in NTU School of Art, Design and Media.

Inspired by the wonder that is the Immortal Jellyfish, our work seeks to explore the relationship between the passing of the jellyfish with time.

Jellyfish

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Chio Jo Inng

Final year Visual Communications undergraduate in the school of Art, Design and Media in Nanyang Technological University. I enjoy illustrations, comics and motion graphics.

Darren Ho Jian Hunt

Majoring in Visual Communication. Graduated from Poly with a diploma in Digital Visual Effects. Enjoys photography/videography.

A small passion for Dance.

Music is an immersive experience and allows us to experience a wide spectrum of emotions depending on the genre.

The work is a visual exploration of how music soothes, saddens, excites and agitates in reaction to the dynamics and beats in music.

Roller Coaster of Emotions

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Ling Jin Jie Alvin

Alvin Ling is an undergraduate at NTU's School of Art, Design and Media currently majoring in filmmaking. Always having a strong passion for telling stories, his ideas stem from his everyday experiences and he aims to translate them through his films.

Sacil Aaron James Carpio

Aaron James is a Year 2 Design Art Major in NTU School of Art, Design and Media. A visual artist, he practices typography and photography. When he is not creating, he usually enjoys the occasional beancurd.

Refrain Reflex

Refrain/Reflex is the exploration of the inter-connectivity between music and different feelings and emotions.
The way we feel can be affected by what we hear and the work aims to translate that visually.

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Tricia Tan

Second year Animation student that is currently studying in ADM and has a diploma in Game Art and design.

Yao Jiaqi

Year 2 student major in Digital Animation in NTU Art, Design & Media School. Owns a diploma in Interactive Media. Love storytelling and doodle.

The given theme was "Music"  thus our art direction was influenced by it. Music to us was a form of connection that is made up by rhythm and therefore we wanted the audience to be able to enjoy music by creating a flow which syncs with their visual senses. Playing with lines, speed and light. We were able to compose a silent symphony which can connect to the audience just through visuals alone.

Connection

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Vanessa Christie Goh

A final year undergraduate in the school of Art Design and Media majoring in Visual Communications. Always looking for new, creative solutions to inspire, or just bring a smile.

Reynard Adrianto

Digital media artist and Visual Communication student in School of Art Design and Media. Always searching for new medium to push the boundaries of motion graphics

This is an interpretation of pop music production where repetitiveness and catchy doo-whop beats are characteristic of chart topping tunes. These songs are all created through different processes that can be challenging for both the musicians and producers involved, but also can result in similar sounding melodies that can sound rather simple.

Ensemble no. 2 in G Major, Op. 03, "Machine": I. M'ssig Bewegt

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Chan Min Hui Amber

A second year 3D animation student, with a strong interest in game design and illustration.

Lek Hui Gek Louisa

A second year visual communications student

Ensō draws parallels between the two seemingly paradoxical concepts: music and the symbolism of ensō;
whereby music is interpreted by us as both sound and silence while the ensō represents both the universe and the void.

Ensō

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Soh Jun Jie Benjamin

25 year old Product Design Undergraduate in the 3rd year of the course. Diploma holder in Landscape Architecture.

Abdul Qayyum Bin Sarip

28 years old Visual Communications Undergraduate in Year 3. Old but Gold. Loves taking photos / videos for freelancing projects and playing volleyball!

The piece evokes Involuntary Musical Imagery (INMI) or "last song syndrome" of music through parasitic form that latches on to the host and multiply rapidly, infecting the host mind and finally succumb to the parasite which is the music.

The 'Last Song Syndrome'

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Diamanda Alatorre Hernandez

Longfei Zhang

A freelance motion designer and self-taught photographer who is currently studying Viusal Communication in NTU

Rhythm of Particles

Different instrument creates various quality of vibration rhythmically, which resonates with emotions. What will a song generated by chemical reaction feel like? This experimental film explored the possibility of making tangible and rhythmic waves by mixing various liquid materials.