Machine Civilization: We Are All One

Machine Civilization: We Are All One

Machine Civilization is the fabulously choreographed music video by World Order, the celebrated Japanese music/dance performance group led by former martial artist Genki Sudo. The video features  slow-motion breakdance voguing Japanese businessmen, released along with some words of hope following the recent earthquake and tsunami devastation in Japan. Genki Sudo accompanied his video with these words of inspiration:

The unprecedented disasters unfolding in Japan; earthquakes, tsunami, and nuclear explosions, will somehow change things to come. And to send my message about this, I have expressed it here with World Order.

These disasters can be interpreted as a turning point for civilization. I think that we have arrived at a time of revolution, shared with all the people of the world, in today’s society, economy, and political systems.

Incidents themselves are neutral. I believe that every single one of us, wandering through this deep darkness, can overcome anything, if only we let go of our fear, and face the it all in a positive light.

The world is not going to change. Each one of us will change. And if we do, then yes, the world will be changed. It is darkest right before the dawn. Let’s all rise up to welcome the morning that will be so very bright for mankind. We are all one.”

World Order: Machine Civilization

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An Otherworldly Imagination of Good and Evil: Changes (Uncensored)

Changes: An Otherworldly Imagination of Good and Evil

Changes is a newly-released surreal short film directed by Jaron Albertin at Spy Films, created for the Canadian indie rock band Stars. Changes is a single from Stars’ last album, The Five Ghosts, which has been described as anthems for the afterlife, contemplations on mortality that envision a foreboding but ultimately blissful unknown.  Albertin’s visual interpretation of the song has been viewed as an otherworldly imagination of good and evil in the world, and how it manifests itself in the individual.

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/21700420 w=720&h=500]

Changes: An Otherworldly Imagination of Good and Evil

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Thursday: A Little Escape from Everyday Life

Thursday: A Little Escape from Everyday Life

Thursday is  an immaculately designed animated short film directed by Matthias Hoegg at London’s Beakus animation studio. The fascinating animation was nominated for a 2011 British Academy Film Award (BAFTA) for Short Animation. The film is stylistically captivating, full of digitally-inspired patterns and geometric compositions that were were created in 2D and 3D to evoke a dazzling futuristic world. It presents an everyday love story set in the not so distant future, where ubiquitous electronic access doesn’t necessarily guarantee a connection, with some blackbirds battling with technology, automatic palm readers and power outages thrown into the mix.

Thursday: A Little Escape from Everyday Life

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