Honestly, it reminds me of a audio program visualizer at first. But once the lines start merging into form, it's a lot like this short animation called Moving Illustrations of Machines featured on the Animation Show vol 1. There's something of a nano-world aesthetic very attractive to these sorts of visual explorations. -- PolarisDiB
Good visual creation, that allows the music to be perceived in a interesting way. It will work differently with different people (some are more sound centered, other more visual, other more cinesthetic, etc). But the idea of making it monochromatic, landscape-like, of letting the rhythm be perceived as pulsing and having depth to let the mind sink in, will certainly allow many to enjoy a change in their perception.
Wow. A hypnotic journey through space(s) very nicely accompanied (or is that getting the relationship the wrong way round?) by Air's 'Electronic Performers'. A film which above all instills a real sense of wonder in the human body.