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Seventeen Evergreen 'Polarity Song' by Terri Timely

David Knight - 7th Nov 2011

A collaboration of San Francisco-based band Seventeen Evergreen with Oakland-based directing maestros Corey Creasey and Ian Kibbey - aka Terri Timely - for Polarity Song has resulted in something remarkable and beautiful - with the crucial input of Ian and Corey's (SF-based) artist friend Sarah Applebaum.

A collaboration of San Francisco-based band Seventeen Evergreen with Oakland-based directing maestros Corey Creasey and Ian Kibbey - aka Terri Timely - for Polarity Song has resulted in something remarkable and beautiful - with the crucial input of Ian and Corey's (SF-based) artist friend <a href="http://www.sarahapplebaum.com/index.html" target="_blank"><strong>Sarah Applebaum</strong></a>. Applebaum's medium of choice are textiles to make 'soft sculptures' - put to brilliant use in the Timely's creation of a very woolly and colourful alternate universe within a drab, cavernous thrift store (probably somewhere in the Bay Area). Stephen Richards of Lucky Number calls it "the best video we've ever commissioned."

Applebaum's medium of choice are textiles to make 'soft sculptures' - put to brilliant use in the Timely's creation of a very woolly and colourful alternate universe within a drab, cavernous thrift store (probably somewhere in the Bay Area). Stephen Richards of Lucky Number calls it "the best video we've ever commissioned."

A collaboration of San Francisco-based band Seventeen Evergreen with Oakland-based directing maestros Corey Creasey and Ian Kibbey - aka Terri Timely - for Polarity Song has resulted in something remarkable and beautiful - with the crucial input of Ian and Corey's (SF-based) artist friend <a href="http://www.sarahapplebaum.com/index.html" target="_blank"><strong>Sarah Applebaum</strong></a>. Applebaum's medium of choice are textiles to make 'soft sculptures' - put to brilliant use in the Timely's creation of a very woolly and colourful alternate universe within a drab, cavernous thrift store (probably somewhere in the Bay Area). Stephen Richards of Lucky Number calls it "the best video we've ever commissioned."

David Knight - 7th Nov 2011

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Director
Terri Timely
Producer
David Lambert
Production Manager
Ryan Miller

Camera

Director of Photography
Donavan Sell

Commission

Commissioner
Stephen Richards

David Knight - 7th Nov 2011

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