This short film consist in a surrealist installation composed for six acts. Human organs, inert geometric spaces, limits and angles that dance and transform into amazing abstract images. Visual experiments without apparent meaning that invite an intense and powerful audiovisual experience.
Zeitguised is a multidisciplinary study of art and design that focuses on experimental. Jamie Raap and Henrik Mauler founded a school in 2001. Soon after, they incorporated a branch of commercial service. His works have been present in numerous international art fairs and festivals of New Media such as Onedotzero, Dotmov, Nemo, ITFS and Resfest. Zeitguised was nominated for two Media Art awards at the ZKM Karlsruhe 2001 and 2002. In 2005 he received the Best Music Video award at the Oberhausen International Film Festival and, subsequently, the Best Design Award from Resfest. In 2009, the studio won the prize for best experimental work at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and, in 2010, they were finalists in the Experimental section of the Vimeo Festival + Awards in New York. They have two Laus Awards (2014) and (2015), and two honorable mentions in Ars Electronica. In 2016, they won the Best Experimental and Best VFX, both at the Berlin Film Festival and the Bronze at the Ciclope Festival in Berlin.