Sunday, July 24, 2005

Dance Of The Destructive Forces


Sometimes living in New York feels like Science Fiction.

Music: Introduction-Dance-Dance Of The Destructive Forces by Henk Badings from the compilation Popular Electronics: Early Dutch Electronic Music From Phillips Research Laboratories 1956-1963

17 comments:

Road to Ruin said...

I loved this, I wish it was longer. In the first cut, it seems like the buildings are big monster beings and then you see the people and the buildings still seem huge!

mrmultiple2 said...

I saw it 3 times. I enjoyed the hues, the motion, the sound shook me from my "stagnent spell" and will spend the rest of the evening creating a piece. So many words i use just to say "You are inspiring."

Jack Nelson said...

Nice work Ryanne, I love the combination of music and slomo

Nathan Peters said...

Hmmm, that new logo at the end looks suspiciously familiar ;-)

Carl Weaver said...

I never thought of New York as science fiction before, but I guess it's appropriate. I mean, apes aren't our masters yet, but I think it's not so far off.

Chris Daniel said...

Nice post Ryanne. The music fit perfectly.

Rupert said...

Wicked

Lez said...

this was beautiful. very duncan-esque. cool!

owen said...

yeah, really sweet. reminds me of that eames film they used to show (still show?) in middle school..."The power of 10" or something like that.

Zadi said...

loved it. great mood. :)

tom said...

beautiful!

Richard said...

really well done ... creative/artistic

Marta Fodor said...
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Marta Fodor said...

Reminded me of this photo of a big SF fire, with people lounging and picknicking on the grass, while the sky and the huge buildings behind them was filled with eerie black smoke. Really beautiful. I will have to see it again with the sound on (no sound allowed at work). Nice logo at the end.

ashe said...

your end logo is mysteriously similar to human dog, coincidence? i think not.

max said...

Very cool video, I thought of big buildings perched on green clouds
or enormous tree houses..

annie! said...

whoa cool.