Noise \\ Void (Animation)

Screened at the 53rd Ann Arbor Film Festival.

Noise \\ Void is an experimental music video exploring glitch aesthetics and audiovisual relationships. The process of creating the sonic material involved converting computer system files into audio files – a method that generates a myriad of beeps, clicks, static and other digital artifacts. The resulting glitched audio was then used as the compositional fabric for the music. The visuals were created through a combination of methods including computer generated animation, video feedback, scans of old magazines from the 1950s and hacking Atari 2600 ROMs.