Peter Moraites

Peter Moraites “Twitterpation” (Day 077)

Music Video

Peter Moraites “Twitterpation” Music Video (Day 077.dvd) from Day For Night.

“Twitterpation”
(3:00 / QuickTime / 2004)
Director : Peter Moraites
Artist: Peter Moraites
ASL/Hands : Alyson Boote

A ballet with hands.

Download MP3 Commentary by Peter Moraites and Eric Scott (Salvador Dalek)

An excerpt from Pete Moraites.com: “This piece began with my long time fascination with sign language and led me to begin learning ASL.

“The intention was to make poetry with hands, by exploring the ideas of hypnotic poetry or poetic hypnosis, and by using the hands as fluid dancing forms… in those bits the poetry of hands resembles ASL like ee cummings poetry resembles a dictionary… they use the same forms and structures.”

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Peter Moraites “Ragnarok 'n' Roll” (Day 077)

Music Video

Peter Moraites “Ragnarok ‘n’ Roll” Music Video from Day For Night.

“Ragnarok-N-Roll”
(3:08 / QuickTime / 2003)
Director : Peter Moraites
Artist : Peter Moraites

Shot on location in Providence, Rhode Island (near RISD).

Download MP3 Commentary by Peter Moraites & Eric Scott (Salvador Dalek)

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Day For Night: The Art Projects

Flash Sitework

DayForNight_FlashSite_002

The Day For Night.com v. 2.0 Flash site, an encyclopedic monograph of our independent projects and original content development is now officially live.

If you can actually believe that.

http://www.dayfornight.com/flash

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Day For Night “Emotion” (Day 029)

DVD / Download
Eric Scott / Day For Night “Emotion.” Day 029.dvd / download. Short-form documentary about Day For Night, highlighting the creative process and featuring music, films and other clips presented by Eric Scott.

Eric Scott / Day For Night “Emotion.” Day 029.dvd / download. Short-form documentary about Day For Night, highlighting the creative process and featuring music, films and other clips presented by Eric Scott.

For “Emotion” (Day 029) Eric Scott presents a history of both personal and professional work, through interviews, motion and sequential graphics design for broadcast and web, enriching them with original music and audio design. These samples of client work exist to inspire, amuse, inform, and rouse the intellect and emotions.

This promotional work shall be collected online before being made available on all-region DVD.

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Peter Moraites “Smokercraft” (Day 077)

Music Video

Peter Moraites “Smokercraft” Music Video (Day 077.dvd) from Day For Night.

“Smokercraft”
(1:44 / QuickTime / 2003)
Director : Peter Moraites
Music : Peter Moraites

The journals and sketchbooks of Peter Moraites form the textual landscape upon which “Smokercraft” is settled; a wry juxtaposition of the sampled guitar played by Moraites’ uncle Bill (of 70s Smokercraft fame) and Pete’s organic reconstructions.

Download MP3 Commentary by Peter Moraites and Eric Scott (Salvador Dalek)

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Peter Moraites “Simpletongue” (Day 077)

Music Video

Peter Moraites “Simpletongue” Music Video from Day For Night.

“Simpletongue”
(3:55 / QuickTime / 2003)
Director: Peter Moraites
Music: Peter Moraites

It’s a poem. Yes, that’s it. A poem. Yes.

Download MP3 Commentary by Peter Moraites & Eric Scott (Salvador Dalek)

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Peter Moraites “Learning Curve” (Day 077)

Salvador Dalek Music Video

Peter Moraites “Learning Curve” Music Video (Day 077.dvd) from Day For Night.

“Learning Curve”
(3:10 / QuickTime / 2003)
Director: Peter Moraites
Music: Salvador Dalek (Eric Scott Peter Moraites)

Take a journey with suspended expectations and definitions.

Vistas, both new and familiar, take on magical properties. Cosmic forces play their game of balance on a black and white game grid. A magician’s music reveals older worlds within the walls of the labyrinth. Giant roadside faith magnet shatters, releasing dynamic expressions of energetic creation.

This is how we see the world in a new light.

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Tomato Workshops NYC :: June 2001

Art Workshop Event
John Warwicker (Tomato) at the NYC Tomato workshops

John Warwicker (Tomato) at the NYC Tomato workshops

“Record the world in front of you
and in the edges of what you
cannot or will not see.” – Eric Scott

Excerpt from the brief for Tomato‘s workshops:

The workshops are a way of immersing yourself suddenly and intensely into the process and conversation that goes on within tomato. Several members of tomato are there to initiate the conversation, but the workshop really happens through the interaction of everyone there. A wide range of people from around the world with diverse backgrounds come together to create work. You not only learn a great deal from everyone around you but everyone learns from you as well. They are about creativity, art, process, life, philosophy, design, and the interconnectedness of all of these things. But of course I now have to ask if these things ever were separate from each other anyway? (more) (Courtesy of TomatoWorkshops.com)

Eric Scott (Day For Night) “June, 2001 in New York City was the setting of the Tomato Workshops where I met Peter Moraites, and formed an indelible bond and friendship. Much can be said about the 5 days spent at a workshop where I arrived with no concrete expectations, and left with a head full of dreams. John Warwicker, Graham Wood and Steve Baker (of Tomato) had created a studio setting that felt (for me) like a week-long break from routine, where the client work schedule got left behind in California, and I could instead inhabit this “commune-like” environment for creativity, where sleeping and eating came second to working and making things in a creatively charged space.”

Eric Scott “Polite” from Tomato Workshops NY, 2001 from Day For Night.

Produced for Day 1 of the Tomato Workshops NYC, June 2001.
An exercise created from my room at Hotel 17, Greenwich Village at 11:30 pm on a very rainy night in New York City. It was made using Flash and Macromedia SoundEdit; using a digital camera, handheld audio recorder and limited resources (certainly no access to internet, c’mon — it was June 2001 and I was alone in a dingy little hotel)… 🙂

Add Soundcloud file embed for installation art created in NYC during this period.

2001_Tomato-640-Process
Launches an image gallery or slideshow of works and exhibits.

For a gallery of the Tomato Workshops site created and maintained by Ed Panar, with alumni details and photos from the events:
http://www.tomatoworkshops.com/nyc01_home.html

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Various Artists “The Depot” (Day 080)

Podcast & Sitework

Day 080 “The-Depot” is Day For Night’s virtual online community, offering a range of web hosting services for new businesses, as well as quality home-pages for individuals in the world of arts and entertainment.

An online community situated near the virtual-shipyards of Watercourt Park, The-Depot is also host to the Online Shop (Day 081), where all Day For Night product is available for direct purchase, NIGHTblog (Day 082), the KDFN NetRadio (Day 083) and the NIGHTspace social network (Day 084). The-Depot offers quality pages, a prestigious location, a railway stop, and caché for all of its tenants.

It is currently home to a collective of artists, designers, publishers and authors – a growing international spectrum of talents and services.

“THE DEPOT PRESENTS: CINEMATHEMATICA”
Guest DJs present exclusive podcast-only remixes of their own works in a variety of electronica formats.The first, exclusive mix by Peter Moraites of his own album “Cinemathematica”; this exclusive 2004 mix precedes the later Day For Night release (Day 088) by one year, boasting an alternative track listing and highly-collectible unreleased variation of Pete’s own percussive timbral and ambient cinematica.

Day 080 - [ Part 1 ] – Download
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“THE DEPOT PRESENTS: Cinemathematica”
PART 1: PODCAST PLAYLIST
“THE DEPOT PRESENTS: Cinemathematica”
PART 2: PODCAST PLAYLIST
01
Nicebass 0:49
24
Doop (140 bpm mix)
3:07
02
420 1:10
25
Kittypuppet
2:32
03
Simpletongue 3:50
26
SuperHero-5
0:28
04
Hypnorotica 3:30
27
Desertroad
2:48
05
Rise (Flow) 0:44
28
Cinemathematica2
1:06
06
Wanker (Revised Mix) 2:25
29
Ragnarok-n-Roll-Edit2
2:56
07
Twitterpation 1:01
30
Concutaile
2:36
08
Pushpull 2:53
31
Thememusic-1
0:40
09
Three 0:46
32
Thememusic-2
4:00
10
Monky (132 bpm mix) 3:27
33
Saddlekey-82
0:24
11
Charmtrack 2:31
34
Slowmind
1:32
12
M-brace (170 bpm mix) 1:01
35
Aftertheking
0:13
13
Openchannel 1:31
36
Musicfororgies-01 (080 bpm mix)
0:28
14
Intersectedsoul 6:05
37
Smokercraft (Composite)
1:44
15
Undulatingovulating 0:17
38
Deltair5
1:20
16
Gitar3 0:19
39
Contract
1:33
17
Gitar2 0:41
40
Ragbotbizuz (Edit)
4:13
18
Nuddagitarz 1:17
41
Twelvety
1:04
19
Leftcoast 2:01
42
Cinemathematica I_r1
0:41
20
Ich-01 1:04
43
Once-A-Time
1:36
21
Crashanthrum 1:05
22
Thundergod 1:02
23
432waha? 1:59
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Salvador Dalek :: Gallery

Salvador Dalek is Eric Scott (DJ, Producer, Composer / Day For Night) and Peter Moraites (VJ/DJ, Composer, Artist)

Salvador Dalek is Eric Scott (DJ, Producer, Composer / Day For Night) and Peter Moraites (VJ/DJ, Composer, Artist)

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