Written by: Jen Dan
Italian improvisational psych-/noise rock band Inutili released their latest album, New Sex Society, this past September via New Jersey-located label Aagoo Records (Ty Segall, Wand, Au).
“Tiny Body” is the fifth song on the LP and it now gets an accompanying video created by Dutch graphic designer Bas Mantel.
Stereo Embers is pleased to host the premiere of the eye-catching video that, true to its title, explores the innermost areas of the human body.
The audiovisual package runs as a continuous search, with black and white MRI scans of the human brain and microscopic views of dividing cells.
Superimposed upon the scientific footage are bold graphic designs in black and white dots and other formats that flash by in time with the quicksilver rhythms of the song.
Mantel gives some insight into the video for “Tiny Body”, explaining, “The video exposes black and white images of a microscopic zoom into one’s head. (zoom: 10(-2)/cm, 10(-3)/mm, 10(-6)/um, 10(-9)/nm)). The video is raw, edgy, and driven by the sounds, rhythmical cuts, and structure; its repetition; its speed and energy. All tight, compact, and fast.”
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