GlitchRhythm by The Videoword Made Flesh
Explore the subtle, fragile yet violent world of dusty electronic circuits extracted from vintage video equipment.
This footage is created with a feedback loop including a circuit bent Camlink Vision-400 effects unit, a hama VM-519 video processor and various DIY video equipment. The old analog circuits in this vintage video equipment show fantastic worlds of subtle gradients, fragile shapes and violent contrasts. All these loops have been captured and edited for rhythmic mixing and playback in Resolume. Glitch My Bitch Up!
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Rebel Overlay aint bound-and-hagged but swingin' on the flippity-flop sporting his dirty dubsteppers.
Tearing through the pixels, tearing through the screens. Projectors flicker and burn out, LED screens lose sync and die. Relentless, this pack destroys everything in its path.
Warning! The AX-23 virus is considered highly contagious. Symptoms include itching, nausea and a craving for human flesh. To minimize risk of infection, avoid contact with the mouth, nose and eyes.
Warning! Do not attempt to adjust your monitors. An unidentified frequency has taken control of the horizontal and vertical wavelengths of your signal.
Made by The Videoword Made Flesh
Aim your receptors towards the sky! Retrieve our signal. The videoword has become flesh. Decode to be illuminated.
"Het vleesgeworden videowoord": 4 multimedia artists (Albert van Abbe, Roel Dijcks, Wim-jan Smits, Ties van de Ven ) presenting their A/V scaping series, compilations with image and sound. A movement wich now is often called Live cinema.
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