Animated by Chad Vangaalen.
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Details: 7 000 photos, 30 min of video, 15 kg of electrical components from old tvs, phones and computers, 5 liters of blood.
Directed, filmed and produced by Christophe Thockler • Technique : stop motion / video.
|“The complexity of this electronic track, mixing both cold and warm sounds, inspired me to create something I call “electrorganic” : a mix of blood and human tissues with electronic components like LEDs, screens and boards. The result is an intriguing video, where you don’t really know what’s happening, but you can imagine that some sort of electronic machine is powered by, or producing blood.”|
Seething // Cellular Forms by Max Cooper // Andy Lomas.
Music: “Seething” by Max Cooper from the album “Human“.
Video: Cellular Forms by Andy Lomas.
Max Cooper’s ‘Seething’ is a musical version of human intensity, complemented visually in this video by Andy Lomas’s presentation of the seething, unstoppable and unrelenting propagation of life.
The simulation work originates from Andy Lomas’ study titled ‘cellular forms’, which uses digital simulation of a simplified biological model of morphogenesis, with three-dimensional structures generated out of interconnected particles to represent cells.
Video directed & animated by Balázs Simon • Music: Nils Frahm “Re”.
“When I first heard Nils’ new album ‘Screws’ I instantly fell in love with it – not only because of the music, but also because of it’s backstory. Listening to ‘Re’ planted a story and a world in my head, so I decided to create a music video for it.” – Balázs Simon