Track taken from the album “False Readings On“.
Merging landscapes for a mythical track by Max Cooper and Tom Hodge.
“The Emergence story is built around the idea of natural laws which give rise to the world we live in. This particular chapter of the story delves into the ineffable side of the process of emergence, and the almost mythical nature of some areas of science.” Max Cooper.
The theme “What you see is what you smell” tells about the idea of standardizing and digitizing smell in order to support the busy visual cortex of our brain and adapt to the evolving screenlandscape were surrounded by.
This project responses to the will of attuning our bodies to the technosphere and with that it questions the effects is has on our humanity.
Directors: Julie Reindl & Bruno Noaro • Artist: Anders Trentemøller • From the album ‘Fixion‘.
A ‘music film’ by Kristof Brandl and shot by Christophe Collette that questions our perception of reality and memory, with vfx by Shed • Music: Monogrenade “Le Fantôme”.
Ghostly and compelling images draw the viewer into a conflict that repeats itself. After losing everything, material possessions, love, and perhaps even sanity, a robot injects the male character with a futuristic drug that lets him re-live precious moments that once made him feel alive.
Traveling back to memories frozen in time, our character wishes to make the past his future.
Symmetry is one of the most fundamental principles of nature, and also forms the basis of music.
The idea of Symmetry was explored in the video by Kevin McGloughlin, using simple symmetrical forms (primarily the circle), and symmetrical operations applied to them – rotations, translations and reflections. The animation demonstrates the beauty of this simple concept when applied in an iterative journey towards ever increasing complexity, both visually and musically.
Be Yōkai is a new collaborative project from techno duo Minilogue’s Sebastian Mullaert, fellow Swedish producer Douglas Holmquist, and illustrator-animator Kristofer Ström.
The group puts the collaborative affairs of music and visual production at their core, as seen in the video for their debut release, Facefist, out on Space Hardware.
Directed by Alexander Thompson • Music: L’Orange & Mr. Lif “Strange Technology”.