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  2. “Where we’re at right now, it doesn’t make sense for us to join a preexisting community or culture that has a set of rules or traditions. That can’t happen for us, but we want that — everyone wants that — and with this project, we’re creating our own sacred spaces and traditions. Pathways in. And up.” - Brenna Murphy, MSHR

    (via REDEFINE magazine’s MSHR Artist Collective Interview: Pathways In & Up)

     

  3. “Our ethos is to start from the most radical point you can. The most ‘ground zero’, to quote Benjamin Boretz. Start from the place with the least amount of social constructs and you’re more likely to be innovative.” - Birch Cooper, MSHR

    (via REDEFINE magazine’s MSHR Artist Collective Interview: Pathways In & Up)

     

  4. likeafieldmouse:

    Imperium

    Concept and Art Direction by Anna Alek and Patrick Adams
    Photography by Anna Alek
    Font by Charlie Hilton

    Via REDEFINE magazine’s Album Covers of the Year 2013

     

  5. Pure Bathing Culture – Dream The Dare Music Video (w/ Band & Director Hayley Morris Interviews) via REDEFINE magazine 

    In this stop-motion animation music video for Pure Bathing Culture’s “Dream The Dare”, director Hayley Morris — along with help from Caleb Wood — turns what PBC describe as “psychedelic emotional imagery” into psychedelic visual imagery. Full of colors soft and bold, an array of whirling geometric shapes comprise landscapes that are ever-mutating, as a raven flies above the dreamy terrain. In this compare and contrast interview, Pure Bathing Culture and Morris share details about the intention behind this track and video, as well as its mythological inspiration and technical details.

     

  6. Everything the rainbow light touches in this music video for Onuinu’s “Ice Palace” turns to psychedelic flourish and ethereal whimsy. A lack of contrast and many a post-production effect create a piece that is half sensual and half digitized, a well-paired visual aid for Onuinu’s music, which possesses those same qualities. 

    See the REDEFINE magazine Q&A with director Andrew Sloan and choreographer Jin Camou. This video will be shown at REDEFINE’s Motion & Movement In Music Video panel for Musicfest NW (Portland, September 7th). Director Andrew Sloan will be a panelist.

     

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  8. Video and editing by Scott Amos - http://www.oilyfilms.com
    Music by HOOPDREAMS
    DARKSUMMER will be released on Dymaxion Groove in Summer 2012.

    This is a part of a video gallery series where video artists were invited to create their artistic interpretation of this video for interdisciplinary REDEFINE event MMMicrofestival (http://www.redefinemag.com/2010/hoop-dreams-spirit-momentum-call-for-art/). Please visit http://www.redefinemag.com/2012/hoop-dreams-darksummer-spirit-momentum-video-gallery/ for remaining entries.

     
     

  9. Video and editing by Vivian Hua - hellomynameisvee@gmail.com
    Music by HOOPDREAMS
    DARKSUMMER will be released on Dymaxion Groove in Summer 2012.

    This is a part of a video gallery series where video artists were invited to create their artistic interpretation of this video for interdisciplinary REDEFINE event MMMicrofestival (http://www.redefinemag.com/2010/hoop-dreams-spirit-momentum-call-for-art/). Please visit http://www.redefinemag.com/2012/hoop-dreams-darksummer-spirit-momentum-video-gallery/ for remaining entries.

     
     

  10. Video and editing by Jesse Malmed - http://www.jessemalmed.net/
    Music by HOOPDREAMS
    DARKSUMMER will be released on Dymaxion Groove in Summer 2012.

    This is a part of a video gallery series where video artists were invited to create their artistic interpretation of this video for interdisciplinary REDEFINE event MMMicrofestival (http://www.redefinemag.com/2010/hoop-dreams-spirit-momentum-call-for-art/). Please visit http://www.redefinemag.com/2012/hoop-dreams-darksummer-spirit-momentum-video-gallery/ for remaining entries.

     
     


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  12. <strong>Klein & Woolley</strong> @ No.Fest!

    No.Fest is this weekend in Portland, and it begins Friday, the 25th at 7:00pm and Saturday the 26th at 10:00am! With 46 shows in 14 hours, the festival will be a cornucopia of art, music, and performance-based events for everyone. Originally a noise festival, No.Fest is now a festival celebrating experimental art, and Klein & Woolley (David Klein and Nick Woolley) will be just be two of the artists showing there. Here are their amazing acrylic and cut wood pieces, which are way cheaper than you’d expect for how awesome and probably labor-intensive they are:

    Here’s a super remarkable lightbox, too: