Cat Velez - 31st Mar 2016

The Hungry Hearts, a Norwegian art collective who create videos and catchy electro-pop, have released a slice of pure retro-futurism shot on old video cameras, with a clip that feels straight out of another era for their song Master Mind-Electric.

With deep contrast and odd angles like a scene out of Blade Runner, it sees identical cyborgs in pink wigs performing a robotic dance in unison. Simon explains, the video was based on the idea of ​​"people who behave like machines and computers that behave like humans."


Art DirectorSimon Matthew
DirectorSimon Matthew
Production CompanyThe Hungry Hearts Productions As
Director of PhotographySimon Matthew
Art DirectorTonje Gjevjon
ProducerThe Hungry Hearts Productions As
WardrobeMarius Ekdal Gome
HairTonje Gjevjon
Make-upHungry Hearts
EditorSimon Matthew
LabelThe Hungry Hearts Production
Other creditsCast: Tonje Gjevjon, Edith Roth Gjevjon, Henriette Høyskel, Olga Nikitina, Amina Bech, Isabella Kupper

Cat Velez - 31st Mar 2016

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