A great project from Maruosa – a series of extreme music miniatures re-contextualizing old TV commercials.
4 July 2020
Big Screen Brutals in Naples, Italy.
Independent Film Show 20th Edition
Big Screen Brutals by Botborg is a celebration of six ‘brutal’ videos from current artists using a maximalist aesthetic in video art, digital art, electronic music, and noise. Expect glitchy, psychedelic, violent, and quite beautiful combinations sound and vision. These are electro-shamanic short circuits that lead to a new state of surreality: in Der Kleine Kreis’ Clairvoyant the reduced quasi-geometric forms move over the screen in aleatoric patterns and form a synesthetic connection with the sound, UCNV’s Crashed Universal is made with a precise research of the way of digital media, in Krushers of False Mechaniks (2D version) by The Superusers a light source becomes incandescent, change colors regularly before transforming into an intense explosion of wild collapsing patterns, Guillaume Vallée’s Tzara I is a hybrid film/video created from an obscure 16mm found footage documentary, inspired by Tristan Tzara’s creative process, in Anulus Pexie by Norihiro Sekitani & Sgure the colorful the collages are distorted examination of elements of the human body, Kokofreakbean said that to produce God Knox: “… I used After Effects, Maya, Photoshop, Reaktor, Premiere, jenkem, dwarf callus shavings and elbow grease to conceive and carry out this self-insemination”.
Independent Film Show
Video glitch experiments from Italy (I think).
Music videos were made for “Collateral Damage” (which once held the Guinness World Record for the shortest music video)…
Sufficiently strobotastic to be included here.
Video by IROHA.
Lovely absurd VHS style!
John Oswald video mashup of a certain sci-fi film and Wobbly’s track “Lent Foot“. Let’s see how long this video can stay online!