Directors: The Superusers (Scott Sinclair, Pierre-Erick Lefebvre)
Title: Krushers of False Mechaniks
Format: HD – 16:9 – Color – Stereo
Length: 5 minutes
Compiled in Germany and France, 2017.
Note: This video is available in both 3D (Side-by-Side Half) for use with stereographic projectors/televisions and active glasses, as well as 2D versions.
Distribution courtesy of Light Cone (Paris, France).
About the film:
In iridescent fits and starts, a source of light becomes incandescent, changing colors one by one. A whirling blur, and then a click, before forming into an intense blast of wild collapsing patterns, and then contracting again to distant shadows at the heart of the nebula. A spinning algorithmic dance; a shapeless scratch; a bruised, chipped abrasion of space; a universe scrawled over on all its dimensions in a network of engraved lines.
This film comprises a series of works documenting The Superusers’ performative audio-visual interactions intended to be viewed in 3D space. Each film portrays the creation, propagation, and destruction of a separate digital cosmos where faceless objects dance and sing in a highly-disturbed sense of synaesthesia. All materials were recorded in real-time.
This video was made with the support of Lab Gamerz, Aix-en-Provence, France.