Energy Flow


These Videos Mix Harry Potter Fantasy With Dali’s Perverse Surrealism

London-based creative agency The Ultimate Dream Company discuss their magical, modern fantasy.


FIELD's Energy Flow: How Animators Rendered The Digital Dreamscape

Vincent Houze, technical director at FIELD, takes us behind the scenes for a run-down of what went into the creation of the 3D animation for generative film Energy Flow.


FIELD's Energy Flow: Generating The Sound Composition For A Non-Linear Film

Composer David Kamp talks about how he went about creating the modular soundtrack for these abstract animations.


FIELD's Energy Flow: "Skynet" Journeys Through Unchartered Landscapes And Extreme Perspectives

The seventh story in FIELD’s non-linear film project looks at the macro and micro landscapes inspired by satellite imagery.


FIELD's Energy Flow: The Microscopic Splendor Of Particle Physics In "LHC"

The sixth installment in FIELD’s non-linear film project looks at the subatomic world.


FIELD's Energy Flow: The Sheer Physical Force Of "Gravity"

An in-depth look at the latest chapter of FIELD’s Energy Flow, exploring this fundamental force.


Download FIELD's Energy Flow On Android And iOS

FIELD’s non-linear film Energy Flow is finally available for you to feast your eyes on. Best of all, it’s free!


FIELD's Energy Flow: The Tumultuous Energy Of "Riots"

We take an in-depth look at the explosive chapter that inspired FIELD’s Energy Flow.


FIELD's Energy Flow: Exploring The Order And Chaos Of "Chance"

We dive into the themes and visual language of “Chance,” the second story of FIELD’s non-linear film experience Energy Flow.


Visualizing The Energy Flow Of "Life": Meet Digital Art Studio FIELD

FIELD, aka Vera-Maria Glahn and Marcus Wendt, take us through the design and animation process of “Life” the first chapter in Energy Flow, their new non-linear film experience.


FIELD Create A Non-Linear Film About Our World In Turmoil

In 2010 and 2011, Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn, together known as the art and design duo FIELD, felt like they had never spent more time glued to the BBC broadcast. And there was plenty to watch...