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Cerco De Chapa Con Hojas Secas (2010)

4 Jul

 

A fine Data-Mosh-Trip, ‘Metal Fence with Dry Leaves’ from Spanish video artist Mateo Amaral. Translates: “Jungle wind, ocean waves extending as much as they can reach the inner senses and much more too. A network is stirred by sounds of leaves, the network separates things. DMT circulating in the brain.”

More Electric II (2014)

13 Jun

 

Ambient drone sounds reflect off the primitive shapes, conducting electricity.
A meditative piece by Shusaku Kaji for Japan’s digital video festival, DOTMOV.

Idol No More (Remix, 2013)

6 Jun

 

Nice Datamosh/remoshed Kaleidoscopic video by datartist Phillip Stearns. A remix of Idle No More, by Stine Marie Jacobsen, for the 2013 Turku Biennial in Finland. Bonus: check out his Pointer Feedback:

 

 

Panda Bear – Mr Noah

23 May

If someone gave MC Escher just a video camera and nothing else…

Koudlam – TransPeru (2015)

9 May

 

Chase the line…

Hypnorama (2015)

2 May

 

Lights off and headphones on for this entrancing journey through a light landscape. Relax and expand your third eye… Hypnorama is multimedia art installation made with light projections on a still life then deformed in 3D, like a mellow meditative version of the Space Odyssey trip.

a7ab0c43c548aa19146b3b52bdf77f61 (2014)

24 Apr

Full DJ set by Sydney Producer Eugene Ward featuring visuals from psychedelica’s bag of tricks and some nice eclectic house and techno. Check out the set-list taken from creating a fictional 90’s London label ‘White Link Recordings’ (including how he created fake biographic profiles for the ‘artists’). “These videos are not about metafiction, they’re about inspiring an emotional response based on sound pastiche and aesthetic direction.”
Read about the evolution of the project Here or check out Ward’s other videos. (The title is the MD5 code generated for the word ‘White’.)

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