Like a datamoshing alchemist, Quinn George crunches data to transmute air and negative space into melting dancers and lovers, as black and white pixels melt in and out of each other in this short video for Wombs "Bone Soothing Heat". In the Q&A below, George offers some insight into his technical and aesthetic decisions. His subsequent project for Wombs, the music video for "Heart & Lungs", will be ready for public viewing in about a month.
"I truly believe that whatever an individual gets out of a particular piece of art is far greater than anything the artist could have intended." -- Quinn George

 

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