Elsa Bleda, Johannesburg, South Africa.
There is a haunting quality to Elsa’s work, a kind of dystopian, digital emulsion, pronounced through distant angles, the buzz of neon-nowhere, and what remains after the long-exposure.
When I spoke with her, she told me about the intensity of her dreams, how they find her in the deep clutch of night and extend into her waking hours. The impossible things that are nonetheless known through the complexities of human experience; mysterious realities conjured against the florescent-glare of the world as it pretends to be.
Elsa weaves this elusive imagery into her cinematic aesthetic, blurs the divisions between different worlds, and evokes the imagination of her viewer; more than you can gather to fathom through the strict breath of glass and a billow of curtains.2 hearts
øce∆ns + Craset X Mivf + Loner + Whithe & Subsets.
Silent enim leges inter arma.
Video by Michele Vitobello.
Summer Moon is Nikolai Fraiture, Stephen Perkins, Camila Grey and Noah Harmon.3 hearts
Alexandre Goulet, Quebec, Canada.
The new method used to analyse galaxy movements to distinguish peculiar motion from cosmic expansion is Wiener filtering, which works for well-defined positional information, allowing analysis out to about 300×106 ly (92 Mpc), showing flow patterns.
With that limitation, Laniakea is shown to be heading in the direction of the Shapley Supercluster, so both Shapley and Laniakea may be part of a greater complex.
South African astronomer Tony Fairall stated in 1988 that redshifts suggested that the Virgo and Hydra-Centaurus Superclusters may be connected.3 hearts
“Liz and I created our first personal project together, where we explored the expression of words and their creation of the visual world around us.
We tend to not wanting to write a story, but more within the experimental form & whimsical sense. The video focus on the fundamentals of natural laws and laws of nature themselves”.
Concept/Design/Animation: Enle Li & Liz Xiong
Music: Dronarivm2 hearts
G.E.L.S. + Harukasuka + Blut Own + Blvck Ceiling.
You go back earlier, say, to the Reagan years, about 70 percent of the population thought that national healthcare should be in the Constitution, because it’s such an obvious right. And, in fact, about 40 percent of the population thought it was in the Constitution, again, because it’s such an obvious right.