Kyle Van Osdol is a motion designer and digital artist working in Oklahoma City. His work encompasses a wide range of art mediums, including motion design, animation, projection mapping, video editing and sound design. Aesthetically, Kyle blurs the line between science, technology, and art. His animations seem to portray an abstracted underbelly teeming with macroscopic life.
Kyle has focused his digital expertise on the creation of animations and projection mapped installations that aim to marry both digital and analog concepts, where VFX and practical effects are seamlessly incorporated as a means to transport the viewer to a surrealist world.
His animations have been showcased around the nation, including the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival for Flying Lotus’ Hypercube in 2015 to current, curated by STRANGELOOP (David Wexler). And most recently, his work was used in Tchami’s 2016 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in collaboration with TIMEBOY (John King) and featured animations for Clams Casino’s music video “Blast”.
Kyle’s diverse skill set has also allowed him to work with a wide range of clients that have allowed him to create pieces for music videos, tour visuals, interviews, and short films.