David Knight - 23rd Jan 2019

London/Tel Aviv-based animator Sivan Kidron has created a beautifully designed and minimalistic music video for Japanese musician and artist Kaho Nakamura.

Through the repeated images of doors and curtains opening and closing, using outline drawings, halftone dots and specif colours, Kidron's work pulls you in to its mysterious depths of a domestic space, hosted by Kaho's welcoming animated avatar. It's hypnotic and lovely.

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DirectorSivan Kidron

David Knight - 23rd Jan 2019

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