Even when the music television is dead - the music video was never alive, writes the time. And points out that the pop video is changing for the interactive form on the net. "Never in the history of the genre it was such aesthetic revolution," said Rabea Weihser on time online.
This seems somewhat badly painted in bright colors, but the example of The Wilderness Downtown is an unusual model: "Enter the name of your hometown. Then press play and the streets of your memory into a backdrop of a music video. A dark runner makes his way virtual birds inhabit the roofs, animated trees break through the asphalt in front of your doorstep. You're part of this video. "Exactly. And anyone can try out for yourself.
Director Chris Milk has directed a music-coded pop-up potpourri of browser windows here invites image data from Google Street View and pre-recorded video sequences in the popups. And as a result the screen is the window to a personalized Pointilistychon, a multi-part image fragments.
The real thing moves in this performance, but rather to the brink: The song We used to wait by arcade fire is more or less relegated to the audio carpet. But that is in some other, less interactive music videos probably like this.
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