Posts Tagged ‘Caged Animals’

Fast Food Music Video 2: Caged Animals – Too Much Dark

Monday, March 4th, 2013


I used randomly generated data to edit this video of Caged Animals performing “Too Much Dark” for Fast Food Music Video 2: Not Knowing, Adaptability, The Unified Field. The number of the cuts and the sources were dictated by a data generating patch, leaving me with control over the timing of the cuts. I also elected to make the video monochrome.

This exercise in music video making involved applying chance operations to all aspects of a deconstructed production process. Editing was also subject to randomization in a similar fashion, based on the number of video sources recorded.

For a full list of credits and the data used to edit this video, visit Fast Food Music Video on Tumblr

Caged Animals at Brooklyn Night Bazaar

Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

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I performed live visuals in collaboration with Eric Drasin on December 16th, 2011 at the Brooklyn Night Bazaar, presented by Brooklyn Vegan. Our pal Zephyr Prusinski operated the camera while Eric and I jammed on visuals. Later, I combined a recording of our output along with audio from the soundboard to create this instant music video of Caged Animals performing “Girls On Medication”.

Read about the Brooklyn Night Bazaar and see some pictures of our visuals at Brooklyn Vegan