Scintillation - Brilliant Experimental Short Film

Scintillation I love it when artists meld film-making with high-technology to create new art forms.

Xavier Chassaing’s “Scintillation” is an experimental film composed of over 35,000 photographs. His film uses stop-motion photography, and live projection mapping – a process where moving images are projected onto objects to create eye-popping visual effects.

The film’s wonderful music was composed by fedaden, an electronica artist from France.

Do watch the film in HD, especially if you have a high-speed connection.

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