I’ve just came back from a trip to Moscow and I was amazed by The Cosmonaut Museum. It was built in 1964 to commemorate the launch of Sputnik twenty years earlier and to celebrate the achievements of USSR.
The work of American fine art photographer Brooke Shaden is, as she says, a way to create new worlds where the impossible becomes possible. Floating women, fairy tales, transparent cloths, dreams, textures, all freeze a moment that never seems to end.
Louis Clichy (animator on Wall-e, Up and Ratatouille) directed this beautiful animation for the French band, Louise Attaque. It’s very interesting to see how he links one scene to another to tell us the story. It feels like they belong together, the music and the video: both rough, dirty and rhythmic.