Luke Bather - 26th July 2017

Joël Vaudreuil animates an ever-darkening world in this textured, sinister piece or Timber Timbre.

With a mean-sounding creeping bassline that feels like Ennio Morricone's score for The Thing setting the tone, Vaudreuil's clip becomes a dark and transformative body horror of sorts. Every surface is unsafe from the textured warps that grow from the track. The whole thing feels like a sinister collaboration between John Carpenter, David Shrigley and David Firth.


DirectorJoël Vaudreuil
AnimatorJoël Vaudreuil

Luke Bather - 26th July 2017

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