Tag Archives: psychedelic dance

[VRDG003]-Keijiro Takahashi, OBA and DUB-Russell

7 Jul

From the vimeo description:

VRDG+H#2 @ DMM VR THEATER (2016/4/30)
visual : Keijiro Takahashi
dance:OBA
sound : DUB-Russell
costume:SISTERE
produce : BRDG / HIP LAND MUSIC
brdg.tokyo/ / hipland.co.jp/

photo report
flickr.com/photos/18187682@N05/sets/72157667806292536

version 1「Mirage」
vimeo.com/163636620

Levitation- Sila Sveta and Anna Abalikhina

17 Jun

Mind-bending, gravity defying choreography enhanced by 3d projections, in this video, choreographed by Sila Sveta and Anna Abalikhina. Dancer: Jura Chulkov.

Busby Berkeley – By a waterfall (1933)

10 Jun

Nothing can hide the amazing genius of Busby Berkeley, the legendary 1930s movie director choreograph who created unbelievable kaleidoscopic forms all created by human dancers. (Below a backup YouTube version in lower quality for those having difficulty with Facebook videos).

Excerpt from “Dormouse”- Doug Foster in collaboration with Simon Birch

19 May

Dreamy! From the Vimeo description:

This is a short clip from the digital film installation made by Doug Foster, in collaboration with Simon Birch, for The 14th Factory project which opened in Los Angeles, March, 2017. Dormouse is the first film installation to be encountered as you enter the exhibition and constitutes the threshold to the “rabbit hole”. It was shot in Beijing and features well known Chinese performance artists Cang Xin, Li Wei and Yang Zhichao, amongst others. The soundtrack is by Gary Gunn.

 

“Breathing” by Kate Bush

15 Jan

“Wuthering Heights” by Kate Bush

9 Aug

I can’t believe I have not yet posted the video for Kate Bush’s “Wuthering Heights”. Above is the first version; in the official us version of the video for the song (below) her madness shines just as bright, and while the flow of her Ausdruckstanz can be considered psychedelic anyways, the first version video emphasizes that aspect perfectly.

 

“The Triumph”/ “Can You Feel It” by The Jacksons

28 Dec

The video that accompanied the “Can You Feel It” single by The Jacksons was simply called “The Triumph”. It was directed by Bruce Gowers and Robert Abel and praised for its advanced use of special effects.

A little bonus:

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