David Knight - 4th Dec 2013

Art and science merge in this delightful film that uses time-lapse photography to capture the magic of chemistry for Chris Morphitis' soundtracky Where To Go, which is a collaboration between the Royal College of Art, Blinkink - and pulled in the support of Imperial College London for good measure.

Royal College of Art students Annlin Chao and Alice Dunseath built these wondrous microscopic worlds from coloured inks and copper sulphate, grown overnight and captured using a camera attached to a microscope in the laboratories of Imperial College. And what they have created are fantasy landscapes which are actually real...  


DirectorAlice Dunseath
DirectorAnnlynn Chao
Production CompanyBlinkink
Production CompanyRoyal College Of Art

David Knight - 4th Dec 2013

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