THE GLITCH MOB : Beyond Monday (VIDEO)

Glitch Mob + architectural projection mapping + LA industrial district =

WIN

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[From the Glitch Mob]

Brandon Hirzel (aka “Bemo”) and The Glitch Mob proudly present “Beyond Monday,” an experimental installation of art and sound. Live electronic music meets architectural projection-mapping synchronized in the depths of the Los Angeles’ industrial district, painting life back into the urban landscape through the celebration of electronic music, motion-design and film. Cinematographer David Myrick captures The Glitch Mob as they play Jazzmutant Lemur MIDI controllers in sync with Bemo’s detailed visual creations. Utilizing the city as their canvas and technology as their medium, this is truly a unique collaboration. “Beyond Monday” pushes the boundaries of modern digital art and marries the latest technologies in electronic music, motion design and film.

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2 Responses to “THE GLITCH MOB : Beyond Monday (VIDEO)”

  1. Yeah Glitch Mob! Nice work on the video. I didn’t go to Coachella last year but went the last two years (I moved to LA in 2007) and I’m going this year. You are one of the reasons I attend! Love you all :-)

  2. fucking amazing. Always dreamed of doing this the moment I first saw a video of architectural projections…. Damn you Glitch Mob!

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