Tag Archives: video art

Young Marco – Trippy Isolator (Rop Van Mierlo)

2 Dec

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Shana Moulton: Morning Ritual

19 Apr

Shana Moulton is an artist based in New York City. Here she performs a morning ritual as her alter ego, Cynthia.

Ritual of Hybrid Media

21 Nov

 
Excellent live AV performance using a custom video feedback loop rig including a colour-wobbulator and some digital processing.

Ships in Distress in a Datastorm

10 Oct

 

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’.

The Abstractions of Morgan Beringer

12 Sep

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Atardecer (2014)

15 Aug

 

Experimental video art by Emilio Gomariz, made on the Undervolt & Co. label with an ambient drone track by KNBS.

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.”

TSVI – Malfunction (2015)

21 Mar

 

Fractal VHS glitch goodness

Spring Eternal (2015)

7 Feb

 

Enchanting new video feedback work from artist Jay Bundy Johnson. The level of manual control on a tube camera to craft the generative iterations is quite remarkable here, so enjoy this bright psychedelic sun-circle!

Omodaka

13 Jan


Omodaka (also known as Far East Recording) is a Japanese collective of visual artists and musicians. Their multimedia projects fuse traditional Japanese music, electronic elements, animation, motion graphics, and visual art pieces. Their video Asadoya Yunta (above) juxtaposes calligraphy with computer animation, contrasting various dimensions: 2d versus 3d, curvilinear versus rectilinear, organic versus synthetic. The video below, for Hietsuki Bushi, is a psychedelic animation that is as vibrant as the music that accompanies it. I have no clue what it’s about though.


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