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Tristan C. Anderson 'Minerals' by Paul Reson
Paul Reson directs a hybrid documentary/music video for Minerals by Tristan C. Anderson.
The video is part of the Soundtracks project, in which eight documentaries have been created as a score to Anderson's music, and explores the urban philosophy of Grand Master Chen Hui.
Watching the subject perform is meditative and transcendent, illuminating the power of calm in everyday life, especially when juxtaposed with the busy London traffic right behind him. He has carved out a process of reflection and mental clarity, and his deliberate movements are an extension of this mindset.
It's a well-shot video featuring a great personality, and a perfect match to Anderson's transformative soundscape.
|Director of Photography||Peter Emery|
|Other credits||Sound Design: Simon Hayes|
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