Berlin-based artist Robert Seidel works in the fields of experimental film, installation, public art, image making, performance, sound, and curation.
The music video for the band Esmark is based on a live video performance by Seidel, in which a modular video synthesizer generates mental spaces between floating, dispersing, emerging and actively overwriting realities.
»...a haunting journey into the heart of memory.«
The visual material derives from a collected set of geographical impressions, fused by the cinematic soundscape into a continuous stream of dissolving memories. Esmark, named after a glacier at Spitzbergen that debouches into the Ymerbay, is a collaboration between the sound architect Nikolai von Sallwitz (Taprikk Sweezee) and the artist Alsen Rau (Scheich in China, On+Brr). The track husby-klit bk. is taken from their double album »Māra I & II«, which was released on Bureau B.
Experimental Film, D 2017, 5:00 min
Film: Robert Seidel
Music: Esmark (Nikolai von Sallwitz + Alsen Rau)
Full HD, b/w, 16:9
Album: Māra I & II
Label: Bureau B
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