Planet Dust is an artwork by Andrés Guerrero launched as part of Verity, a curated program of 3D moving image artworks that reflect the current unsettling time which we are living in. The program features selected work by students who were taught by Professor Snow Yunxue in the Department of Photography and Imaging at New York University Tisch School of the Arts. Artists explore the theme of realities and verity through the post-photographic lens of this infinitely capable medium by creating digital space alternatives, utilizing fluid simulation, bodily forms models, key-framed animation, and other 3D techniques. Drawing from theatrical, performative, cinematic, sculptural, and game practices, the works exhibited explore the strangeness and boundaries of reality.
"This clip is inspired by Boo Moon’s seascape photographs that contemplate the unknowable and uncontrollable character of nature. It is also inspired by the idea of a post-military society. " - Andrés Guerrero
Sounds via Freesound.org: Resaural; Ominous and Deep Ambience; CuddleNucks: Experimentals - Underwater Wailing; OSFX; Soundscape - Space Ambience - Space Monster; AstrounautChild; The Sound of Universe; Norman Hittle; Underwater...; Duophonic; Moderate Waves on the Edge of a River; Spedenza; Ambience and Background - Creaking Metal.