Excellent live AV performance using a custom video feedback loop rig including a colour-wobbulator and some digital processing.
Why don’t humans have patterned texture like animals?
Humans will be able to get it.
Direction: Kouhei Nakama (kouheinakama.com/)
Music: “Highway to the Stars” by Kai Engel (kai-engel.com/)
Seems like these guys have a pretty serious budget for animation and are not afraid of variety.
There are many flavors of psychedelia, and one–I think–is thoughtlessness. In these videos, there’s not too much to contemplate, but I’d say each is a pleasure to watch. Though I can’t recall the source, a few simple words from an album review still stick with me years and years later, “Give your brain the night off.” This weekend I provide you with three samples of 3D animation to do just that.
This is an ‘Abstract Compressionist’ video painting from Belgian video artist Jeroen Cluckers. A datamoshed remix of Peter Monamy’s painting ‘Ships in Distress in a Storm’.
Kaleidoscopic, generative projections mapped to laser cut layers by Australian media artist Kit Webster.
A beautiful, haunting, trance-inducing and marginally disturbing video art series. Morgan Beringer (featured here before) has uploaded 23 of 64 videos – each a strikingly unique composition – usually morphing photographs or after-effects generators with various aberrations & distortions with a hypnotic rhythm track. Watch the entire playlist and you’ll be entranced… I’ve shared some of my favourites here.