Shooting a space opera film inside the large hadron collider—1 made me realise it takes a childlike imagination keeping this messy universe together. Recreating Australia’s sacred sites in a VR installation for the concert hall—2 showed me beauty when our dream worlds juxtaposed. Directing videos for pop music stars—3 taught me no machine can fullfil my broadband generation’s infinite desire.
Symmetry is an award winning space opera film shot inside CERN, the largest experimental particle physics facility in the world. With the cathedral-like majesty of the Large Hadron Collider as his theatre, a modern physicist searches for the smallest primordial particle and discovers a love without end…
Jazz and algorithms join forces to create some wild fractal forms in a new music video from jazz pianist Tigran Hamasyan. It’s for his song “The Cave of Rebirth” and is taken from Hamasyan’s upcoming album An Ancient Observer, released on Nonesuch Records.
A high-energy portrait of professional tenor and amateur boxer Frank Engel, made in collaboration with the Dutch National Opera with the aim of attracting a different audience into its drama-filled world.
Inside this dream world, the audience could identify with the main character: a blindfolded woman who knows not if she belongs in the bush. This main character is represented by three women on stage: a soprano singer, a didgeridoo player, and the VR performer.