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The Battersea Experiment is a journey through a mysterious and surreal landscape cultivated within the hollow shell of London's Battersea Power S… Read More
The Battersea Experiment is a journey through a mysterious and surreal landscape cultivated within the hollow shell of London's Battersea Power Station. This project examines how new architectural spaces could be cultivated, grown and brought to life using living technologies. A character explores the dream-like world created by the scientist Oliver Deuce where all is not quite as it seems. After many years Deuce has harboured the growth of exotic arbouritums, acoustic follies, enchanted forests and even his own mausoleum as he seeks to realise his perfect world. The story is loosely based on the story of Ferdinand Cheval, an eccentric frenchman who spent thirty years constructing his Palais Idéal. Modeled and animated using 3Ds Max and V-ray and composited in After Effects. Canon 7D used to record greenscreen footage and provide camera tracking data for some of the scenes. Read Less
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