Rob Ulitski - 4th June 2020

C Prinz brings her love of experimentation and movement to the lockdown, with her video for Vōx. 

Playing with 3D scans of the artist and manipulating existing visuals, Prinz says she was “reminded that we are made of so many shapes and textures and valleys and mountains that amount to our one image.” 

Intimately exploring distorted perspectives of the human body, the video is lo-fi in its aesthetic, intercutting the 3D elements with b-roll style clips to create an experimental tapestry of the artist in both digital and human form.

Quite a change from her recent take on classic music video aesthetics for Chloe x Halle, but very much in keeping with her earlier pieces, like Bodies And Space And Place And Home 

PRO Credits


DirectorC Prinz
Production CompanyScheme Engine
Director of PhotographyCameron Rath
HairAsh Ortiz
Make-upSatya Linak
StylistLeonard Murray
Director's Rep (UK)Alexa Haywood at Free Agent UK
LabelArts & Crafts
Other creditsPhotographer: Katy Shayne

Rob Ulitski - 4th June 2020

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