This is a piece I directed for the NIMA COLLECTIVE earlier in the year. We have been experimenting with projectors quite a bit.
My guaranteed offer to you if you peruse this:
Headphones + Phone Notifications Turned Off + A Nice Place to Sit + 10minutes = A Meditative State Infused with a Skewed Conception of Time.
This is the first video & probably the only one to accompany the MEAT ON YOUR LONELY BONEZ EP.
The footage is the first reconceptualization of the DROPS IN YOUR STREAM single channel video experiment I ran from Oct-Dec 2014, sans one day. The goal is to have it show up in a few different media.
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Onwards, upwards & forwards friends,
Took a long while to finish this out for a host of reasons, but, the video is now live. I collaborated with my friend Tom Flynn on the concept, and we where both so busy with other projects that it never finalized. The footage, sitting all alone, for many months, deep in the throes of a mechanical hard drive in Burbank. The song itself was released in 2012.
Here is the visual representation for the MIRS track SUMMER GOD COMPLEX. This video is a digital deconstruction of footage that originated from an infamous, lonely and appalling source.
That source was also the lead-in into the writing process, although it was just a jumping point, a kernel of story that evolved into something else.
The deconstruction of the source footage also plays into an internal, corrupt mind grasping at order, and at times seeing beauty in it's own destruction. The process involved the breaking down of codecs.