The credo of Morphosis: Moving Media Made to Measure
Morphosis is my thirty plus year old company.
I founded Morphosis in 1986 as a design bureau for television and it heavily depended on the emerging facilities of CGI. The experience as designer and pioneering computer animator at the first computer animation studio in the Netherlands, the Antics Studio, and my contacts as free lance designer and animator at the NOS, graphic design department, merged in Morphosis. In the nineties I moved away form computer animation to finally go back to the basics and I specialised in stop-motion animation experimental photography and light-art installations. Morphosis grew into a film, animation and art producer.
Nowadays I moved from mainly work in assignment to more-often autonomous art projects and self initiated independent projects and film productions. Morphosis produces, facilitates and sometime finances projects I find worthwhile to realise.
Some samples of recent works in assignments and independent productions that were produced, facilitated or financed by Morphosis:
assignment: Showcases for La Montre Hermès
assignment: Hyperbolics for Trebbe
Assignment: Hyperbolics for Business Art Service
independent Tropism exhibition: Photosynthesis
independent Tropism installation: You Lookin' at Me?
independent Tropism installation: Sneaky Serpents
independent Tropism VR installation: Sonotrope
independent animation film production: Red-end and the Factory Plant
independent animation film production: Red-end and the Seemingly Symbiotic Society
independent documentary film production: Shivering Beauty - Soundscape of Mongolia
Some information on the facilities and service of Morphosis can be found here.
Morphosis does have its own website, but this site has become far more extensive. Actually, the route description is worthwhile for keeping it in the air.
Route to Morphosis (interactive, informative, fast and funny) Click Here
Underneath some visual illustrations of Morphosis facilitated projects: La Montre Hermès, Trebbe, Sneaky Serpents, Red-end and Photosynthesis.