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.
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?)
I understand how, as an installation, this could be an exciting experience but I'm afraid it is lost on me, at home, on my television. I kept thinking how this would be the perfect backdrop for a band's stage performance.