Apparently this was filmed inside a fish bowl, but I honestly have no idea what I’m looking at. It feels real (whatever that means). This audio visual experiment is part of filmmaker and musician Kamiel Rongen’s Hyde Park project. The artist describes these works as a series of landscapes. Watch the video below.
Nicolas Jaar fans will love this. The acclaimed New York-based musician has uploaded an Armenian avant-garde film from 1969, called “The Color Of Pomegranates”, to Youtube along with his own original score. Watch the full film below.
This installation by Kento Fukuda is a simple yet effective combination of mixed media and projection. A room full of Japanese pop culture, and various animations by the artist featured on the walls and scattered laptops and monitors. The piece is about the overwhelming consumption of media, be it financial goods or online information. Video embedded below.
An atmospheric electronic track by Danish producer Sekuoia is directed by talented artist and long-time music video director Yoshi Sodeoka whose style combines dreamy neo-psychedelic palettes with contemporary media, often resonating a sense of the past and present in a unique way. Watch the video below:
Here’s a fun animation made using a whole bunch of overlapping felt circles, designed and animated by Italian artist Valerio Spinelli. Watch “Pandemonio” below!