vrijdag 16 juli 2010
Nice how a club-vibe is portrayed, seeing this in the morning completely messes up my work-focus! A job well done! I love those legshots...for some reason I suddenly realise how often you look at a club's floor : )
MINDS LOCKED TOGETHER – A Film By SHAUN BLOODWORTH
The Film really is a document of life in Sheffield, based around the Electronic music scene, but its also about the transformation of an empty venue , into a place to experience a specific musical event. Of course it features Performers but this is a celebration of the unsung heroes , the Promotors and paying Audience.
There’s always been an extremely vibrant and independent spirit in the City regarding music, with a culture of ‘ well if they dont cater for me i’ll start my own night ‘ – and I’ve wanted to record that for a while now.
The Title ‘Minds Locked Together ‘ is a phrase from a Venetian Snares track that i heard in Flying Lotus’s set about a year ago.
It started out as a commission from MaryAnne Hobbs, to produce visuals for her Sonar Stage set, in June this year. I hadn’t a clue what i was going to do at that time, but knew Roska had asked GiveUpArt to do a graphic visual and Flying Lotus had Strangeloop to do a multi layered animation – well i couldnt compete with those, so i decided to do something with live footage and it developed from there.
Because im essentially a stills Photographer, the film has been shot in a very similar way to a picture story with the same pace and rhythm, and its styled as close to my stills work as I could get.
It was filmed over a loose two month period , taking in venues from around the city , from organised Club Nights to Underground Raves, and I’ve re edited it together with Humanstudio and a mixed soundtrack by Sheffield producer and DJ Grievous Angel.
The full fifteen minute film can be seen at: SHAUNBLOODWORTH.COM
Camera and Editing: Shaun Bloodworth
Post Production: Humanstudio
Audio Mix: Grievous Angel
Gepost door E.Rosie op 09:58
donderdag 15 juli 2010
woensdag 14 juli 2010
Martyn and Kode 9 go to Tokyo and Osaka; Exclusive Mix CD for Japan, more here (Japanese only ;-)
Happy to see our logo used on this great collaboration by Hyperdub's artwork-extraordinaire Manuel Sepulveda/Optigram. I like how he uses different "op art" patterns for various purposes, like a personal pallette, playing with repetition in an interesting way.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 13:17
Check out the work of Italian Stefano Pane Monfeli, somebody who's work is not easy to pigeonhole (?) and I for some reason feel related to for not having one "style" but shifting easily between genres and ways of working but still keeping a certain feel. Good good stuff!
Gepost door E.Rosie op 12:54
A little late, but better than never; I am very happy to be the proud owner of one of 43 very well-made catalogues of the work partner in crime (and public nudity) Influenza did while being in Surinam. OONA put it together, and it is a real treat. Try to get your hands on one of these...if they are still available.
Gepost door E.Rosie op 12:38