Berlin-based art director Vishal Shah‘s Vellum, is a 3D moving sound sculpture that was recently reviewed by DJ Pagburn at the Creator’s Project.There he describes the work: “The source of Vellum’s sound is the improvised, drone-like double bass play of Eduardo Rodriguez. 3D specialist and technician Rob Rauchfuss and 3D artist and compositor Peter Kienetz turned Benjamin Alejandro’s recording of Rodriguez’s double bass drones into 3D animations. With some clever editing, Vellum becomes a mesmerizing work to see and hear.”
Vishal is an art director with hands-on visual and motion design experience. Originally from London he lives and works in Berlin. Vishal is the art director at DCMN D.C. Media Networks GmbH, a communications and media agency for digital commerce companies across Europe. Vishal leads the creation and production department and its team for television commercials, digital design for online performance-based media campaigns.
Vishal is a hard working, forward thinking individual with a strong contemporary and historical knowledge base and practise of art, design and media. With a multi-disciplinary outlook and cross-pollination ethos, he accomplished eight years (2003 -2011) as a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art and as an Adjunct Professor at Richmond, The American International University in London, whilst he was concurrently working as a designer and motion artist supporting London-based agencies.
Independently Vishal directs and produces moving image work for international screenings and visual music events across Europe, America and Asia. His works have been screened in notable events and festivals.
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