This video contains an interesting and impressive dance. However, I want to highlight the elements that were combined to complete this dance piece. Lighting, clothing, makeup … borrowed elements from the contemporary, minimalistic displays of the experimental fashion world.
The High Highs are one of my favorite new music discoveries. Their first album feels like they were using porcelain accordions and a crystal clear musical process to record it. But their music in general is like a very pleasant memory.
Swiss artist Andy Denzler lives and works in Zurich. Denzler take advantages of his abstract process with a particular use of brush and application of color that creates a blurred figure and a moderate distance from that individual figure.
Raf Simons keeps surprising me again and again with his collections. His work blurs the lines of convention: avant-garde but still keeping his lines classic and wearable. I also like the video art campaigns for his clothes. It contributes to his sophistication as a designer.
Hofesh Shechter takes narratives of power and domination and translates these themes into movement, composition and sound. Sound is also a key part of Shechter’s creations: he composed the music to all of his dance works.