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Victor Solf 'I Don't Fit' by Liswaya

Rob Ulitski - 26th Feb 2021

Liswaya directs a captivating visual poem for French artist Victor Solf's I Don't Fit. 

The video opens with the artist in a car, as coruscating lights expose the blank industrial space around him.

Suddenly, the same car brutally smashes into the side of his, causing a glittering explosion of glass and metal, before he gets out and walks towards another version of the car, taking his seat in the front. 

The perpetual repetition raises questions on the real narrative and world this concept takes place in, and is a brilliant opener for a planned series of collaborations between the director and artist. 

"This is the starting point of four upcoming music videos for Victor Solf," explains Liswaya. "This video is an introduction to the central element of our visuals, the car which becomes the direct metaphor of a beating heart. Its engine roaring and crystallising around a metallic shell to protect itself from impacts that are too strong."
 

 

Rob Ulitski - 26th Feb 2021

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  • Performance
  • Special projects
  • VFX
  • Alternative
  • Indie
  • Car
  • Repetition
  • Car Crash

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Credits

Production/Creative

Director
Liswaya
Producer
Alix
Production Company
1st AD
Kija King

Camera

Director of Photography
Pau Muñoz
Focus Puller
Vincent Flornoy
2nd AC
Sacha Hayon

Lighting/Grip

Gaffer
Hugo Brossard

Art

Art Director
Prudence Palle

Editorial

Editor
Gwen Ghelid

Grading

Colourist
Anne Szymkowiak

VFX

VFX
D-seed
Post Producer
Romain Bourzeix

Other credits

Stunt Coordinator

Dominique Fouassier

Stunt Driver

Sébastien Fouassier

Styling Illustration

Julien Bernard

Rob Ulitski - 26th Feb 2021

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