Colour is everything in this intense performance video for St. Lucia by Henry Kaplan.
Charly Bliss 'Young Enough' by Henry Kaplan
This marvellous video begins on the face of a ticking analogue clock, and from that point Henry Kaplan plays with the idea of passing time, in this compelling video for Charly Bliss.
There's certainly a nod to the invention of OK Go here, as Kaplan uses different frame-rates to make the camera a part of a performance that evolves into performance art, becoming increasingly frenetic and intense. Day passes into night, and then day again, all happening in the same, unremarkable open field.
Dreamlike, in a way that is actually like your dreams.
|Production Company||Green Glow Films|
|Director of Photography||Chris Ripley|
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