An abstract piece resembling stained glass windows overlapping and changing as a cacophony of bells echo across the ages. Inspired by the gradual layered development of the Notre Dame Cathedral and it’s partial destruction on April 15, 2019 which inadvertently provided it with a new opportunity for evolution–aesthetic or otherwise. Video generated with Lumen and remixed live via Arkaos GrandVJ. The soundtrack was produced with a Roland GR-55 guitar synthesizer.
A series of Lumen remixes arranged to resemble a surreal gilded elevator transporting the King of Rock n’ Roll from a UFO to his final otherworldly destination. The soundtrack consists of a sample from the piano intro of the Elvis Presley track “Can’t Help Falling In Love” looped and gradually remixed beyond recognition as the elevator descends.
Synthesized pathways encroach upon and then recede from the viewer in a mesmerizing sensory loop. Produced using Lumen remixed live via Arkaos GrandVJ. The soundtrack consists of a Roland GR-55 guitar synthesizer on the Poly-Sitar setting slowed down to create an eerie soundscape to match the visuals.
Very pleased to announce that We Are One World has included my video “Across From Where” in their 4th edition of The Refugee Film Collection as part of their 7 Memorials for Humanity. Click on the image to check out their site!