David Knight - 27th Jan 2011

Saman Keshavarz's new short film slash video for Austrian artist B. Fleischmann's track Playtime, continues the irreverent theme and dead-simple yet effective transitions of his vid for !!!'s Jamie My Intentions Are Bass. And Saman has pinpointed the dilemma that has intrigued philosophers for centuries - or would have if they'd had video games.

Thing is, just how do you maintain your Sanity Level against Shield Strength Saman has the answer...
"1. Paint a box black and tape the back as any emoticon you prefer...
2. Put it on
3. Have some friends hold some paper up (seamless recommended, butcher will do)
4. Run through it until you end up somewhere else."


Art DirectorEvangeline Joo
Director of PhotographyJustin Gurnari
Special ThanksN

David Knight - 27th Jan 2011

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