GOLDEN AGE - THE SIMULATION
  • GOLDEN AGE - THE SIMULATION

    THE GOLDEN AGE is a film which speculates on a simulated architecture. It is concerned with technology, synthetic programmed spaces, and the temporality of our immediate conceived environment, physical or otherwise. 

Description
WINNER: BEST ARCHITECTURAL ANIMATION 2011.

Memory is a fleeting thing, often constructed with fragments of objects and places in a nonsensical arrangement in the mind. Golden Age - Simulation attempts to visualise this development of memory from the very abstract to the construction of whole environments in a single strand of memory (translated as one long camera shot).

The abstract concepts explored in this short, developed into a film about simulated reality, which can be seen in our project 'Golden Age - Somewhere'.


Directed and Produced By Paul Nicholls.
Fields
Architecture, Film, Animation
Date
2011