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Of Montreal's Suffer For Fashion by Sigrid Astrup

Of Montreal's Suffer For Fashion by Sigrid Astrup

David Knight - 11th Apr 2008

"The idea for the video is based in the lyrics and depicts the concept of 'following trends' as a constant changing interest in form and colour," explains Sigrid. "Sometimes [it's] a seemingly goalless search for change, and a true driving force for materialism, but also a form of communication, developing agreement and mutual understanding across ages, sexes and borders." So there you go. Norwegian-born Sigrid is based in Copenhagen and looking for representation. You can check out more of Sigrid's motion work, including videos and concert visuals <a href="http://www.workandvideo.com/" _blank="">here</a>.

"The idea for the video is based in the lyrics and depicts the concept of 'following trends' as a constant changing interest in form and colour," explains Sigrid.

"The idea for the video is based in the lyrics and depicts the concept of 'following trends' as a constant changing interest in form and colour," explains Sigrid. "Sometimes [it's] a seemingly goalless search for change, and a true driving force for materialism, but also a form of communication, developing agreement and mutual understanding across ages, sexes and borders." So there you go. Norwegian-born Sigrid is based in Copenhagen and looking for representation. You can check out more of Sigrid's motion work, including videos and concert visuals <a href="http://www.workandvideo.com/" _blank="">here</a>.

"Sometimes [it's] a seemingly goalless search for change, and a true driving force for materialism, but also a form of communication, developing agreement and mutual understanding across ages, sexes and borders."

"The idea for the video is based in the lyrics and depicts the concept of 'following trends' as a constant changing interest in form and colour," explains Sigrid. "Sometimes [it's] a seemingly goalless search for change, and a true driving force for materialism, but also a form of communication, developing agreement and mutual understanding across ages, sexes and borders." So there you go. Norwegian-born Sigrid is based in Copenhagen and looking for representation. You can check out more of Sigrid's motion work, including videos and concert visuals <a href="http://www.workandvideo.com/" _blank="">here</a>.

So there you go. Norwegian-born Sigrid is based in Copenhagen and looking for representation. You can check out more of Sigrid's motion work, including videos and concert visuals here.

"The idea for the video is based in the lyrics and depicts the concept of 'following trends' as a constant changing interest in form and colour," explains Sigrid. "Sometimes [it's] a seemingly goalless search for change, and a true driving force for materialism, but also a form of communication, developing agreement and mutual understanding across ages, sexes and borders." So there you go. Norwegian-born Sigrid is based in Copenhagen and looking for representation. You can check out more of Sigrid's motion work, including videos and concert visuals <a href="http://www.workandvideo.com/" _blank="">here</a>.

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David Knight - 11th Apr 2008

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