Cat Velez - 17th Oct 2016

After a pair of highly entertaining, nicely executed music videos for Nause's The World I Know and Timbuktu's Annie Leibovitz last year, Måns Nyman has honed in on a modern, digital reworking of a dance performance video, layering elegant yet frenetic symbols and glitch effects playing off of dancer Rauf Yasit's contorted movements.

It's an experimental and cryptic visual accompaniment to Eating Hooks by Moderat, a three-piece electronic band based in Berlin - capturing an interplay between purposeful, out-of-joint choreography in dazzlingly ornate costume and the plasmic movement of fluctuating symbols.   


DirectorMåns Nyman
Creative DirectorPfadfinderei
Director of PhotographyMax Larsson
Camera AssistantHenrik Bergstedt
GafferSebastian Shield
Best Boy ElectricianWille Kyrk
Costume designerAnna Wahlin
Make-upSóley Ástudóttir
LabelMonkeytown Records
Other creditsChoreographer & Dancer: Rubberlegz, Rauf Yasit Styling concept: Elle, No Reputation

Cat Velez - 17th Oct 2016

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