A vertiginous visual experiment with Max Cooper’s sound
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A vertiginous visual experiment with Max Cooper’s sound

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Claudia Fuggetti
Un esperimento visuale vertiginoso con il sound di Max Cooper | Collater.al

The new video clip for the electronic DJ Max Cooper was directed by Páraic McGloughlin and transforms a single point of view, which overlooks an anonymous highway, in a psychedelic collage of almost five minutes. The task of the Irish director was to “visualizing the Platonic realm of form underlying reality”; in order to succeed, Páraic set himself up for 19 hours on a bridge in Sligo, Ireland, in order to make several shots throughout the day, which he then produced.

The final result, which you can see in the video below, is a dizzying mash-up of visual effects where grids, spirals, and pixels follow each other. As the director tells:

“Aesthetically I love the mix of abstraction and realism and this was a great place for me to explore this; using a fundamental image (a time lapse) to mask and cut into, I tried to show the variable possibilities within a limited time span, maintaining the integrity of each individual photograph while dissecting and rearranging the overall image”.

The visionary video expresses well Max’s sound and makes us travel while being still in the same spot.

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