This would make for a pretty cool album cover. When I initially allowed myself to fall under its hypnosis, I was reminded of the infamous 2001: A Space Odyssey sequence with Commander David Bowman. The mesmerizing kaleidoscope of colors makes the frame rate manipulation less compelling. Nonetheless, as a work of art, this short film contains many of the hallmarks by which we might call a painting unique.
Creates an interesting visual effect. I'm not sure I totally appreciate the start/stop pulsating rhythm, but many great abstract animation films miss out on the textures that this has. In attention to the graphical matrix the blankets create, the images carry fuzzy, subliminal feelings of comfort and home.
Quite fun for buzzing fuzz. Like Phillip Glass through my grandmother's quilts, BS#2 works for me in that it's altogether somewhat jocund, somehow familiar, and still daunting to put eyes to all the same.
This was yarn knit not a quilt. Was 2 minutes too long and the sound track served to annoy. This did not seem to meet the goal per the synopsis. (Note to MUBI: you dated it 2014, the film said 2013 at the end. Could you also not tolerate it enough to watch to the last frame?)