Archive | November, 2011

The liquid chase

30 Nov

Have you ever imagine becoming a liquid ?

Clip courtesy of

Music by Tom Fehy

Sony: Don’t Walk Alone – Santamaria

29 Nov

Hip Sony ad by Vanksen.

Night Scapes

28 Nov

Not exactly visually psychedelic, but this video has a special quality in it’s atmosphere of mystery, experimentation, a different consciousness.

Bill Viola

27 Nov

Luminescent beings captured on video by the artist Bill Viola. I really like how you have a clear concept of what you are seeing at every moment and still you can’t help but feel overwhelmed by the actual sight of it.

Oh Diobolo – Jay Saul

26 Nov

Jay Saul has been creating animation videos since 1983, but ” it is only recently that it is approaching possible to show them the way they look uncompressed in full resolution. ”

“The most ordinary things create visuals when one is tripping.  It is when one is not tripping–that is the challenge–to bring things back through the door.”  says Saul.

You can find some beautiful stuff among the dozens of videos featured on his YouTube page here.

The Sophie Aerolith

25 Nov

A dazzling display of geometric color, shimmering and morphing. I think that this is what Terence McKenna’s “transcendental object at the end of time” would look like if it could translate from hyperspace into 3 dimensions.

16bit – Dinosaurs (Official Video)

23 Nov

England has always been a precursor in several field, fashion, music…an do on,

Dubstep is on of it’s last jewel !

It could be described as  “tightly coiled productions with overwhelming bass lines and reverberant drum patterns, clipped samples, and occasional vocals”.

Brand new video for 16bit ‘Dinosaurs’ released on August 29th on MTA Records.

Directed & Animated by Kristofer Ström. Colonel Blimp & Blinkink.

16bit – ‘Dinosaurs / Boston Cream’
29th August 2011

Become a fan of 16bit:

Synesthesia (2009)

22 Nov

You will taste colors and see music.
By Terri Timely

Radiohead – Reckoner

21 Nov

First we get to see life in fast forward. Then time stops. A single blink, a single breath, lasts a small infinity.

The Autechre Sound and Vision

20 Nov

The Autechre sound and the famous congenial video clip by Alex Rutterford offer an explicitly synthetic synaestetic experience to our senses. The computer generated textures of image and sound recall the promise of a limitless richness to our modern days once again. And this time (again) the creatio ex nihilo is in the hands of man… and it is rather available compared to heavy industry. The promise of the artificial paradise grows in the vast amount of “unofficial videos” created to the sound of Autechre and similar artists.

I think this version of the promise of an artificial paradise is typical for the 90’s and early 00’s.

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