Posts Tagged ‘Scissor Sisters’
Self-annihilating ennui, protest, the feeling of total freedom that brings us closer to the final redemption. It could be a scene from the late 60′s dramas about teenage idealism or disillusionment . A stirring yet static suspension from the glimmering surface of the world we live in. It is precisely this loose allegory about the quest for spiritual enlightenment through the aesthetics of the visionary and psychedelic experience that American artist Neil Krug employs in his playful and sophisticated photography and filmmaking. Read the rest of this entry »
Many of the videos that in the past two years made people shout to the jewel or masterpiece, were thought and, perhaps, realized in Barcelona, a city that has become known for its artistic and cultural vitality, firmly tied to the indie music.
It’s in Barcelona, in fact, that 3 guys, fallen in love with video, have given rise to a collective. They are Luis Cerveró, Nicolás Méndez and Lope Serrano and have directed dozens of videos from 2002, mostly for Spanish independent bands. In 2008 they founded the production company Canada, the name they use to sign their products actually. Read the rest of this entry »