Fancy machinery and processes in this fuzzy music video / experiment created by  Lucy McRae for Architecture In Helsinki! A surreal experience definitely worth watching. From the press release: Dream A Little Crazy music video commissioned by Protein, Channel 4 and Aussie pop band Architecture In Helsinki is a surreal candy–coloured–scientific–circus, that collaborators Lucy McRae and Rachel Wingfield call ‘The Biological Bakery’. A series of absurd machines provide the backdrop for this entirely edible DIY bio fab–lab operated by lead vocalist Dr Bird and his twinned assistants. Using familiar baking processes that merge the mass production of food with the representation of the body, a production line of miniaturised band members are transformed into edible, cloned body parts that are dipped and rotated on mass in huge vats of bacterial skin. The Biological Bakery hints at how synthetic biology could develop in the home. The Biological Bakery is a creative collaboration led by body architect Lucy McRae and spatial experimenter Rachel Wingfield who operate on the fringes of magic, science and intuition. Interfacing the body with the spheres of architecture and society their experimental and playful approach celebrates the epiphany in the creative and innovation process. Dream a Little Crazy is a happiness filled tune crafted for a generation of anti-gloom futurists.

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    Dream a Little Crazy

    Fancy machinery and processes in this fuzzy music video / experiment created by  Lucy McRae for Architecture In Helsinki! A surreal experience definitely worth watching.

    From the press release:

    Dream A Little Crazy music video commissioned by Protein, Channel 4 and Aussie pop band Architecture In Helsinki is a surreal candy–coloured–scientific–circus, that collaborators Lucy McRae and Rachel Wingfield call ‘The Biological Bakery’. A series of absurd machines provide the backdrop for this entirely edible DIY bio fab–lab operated by lead vocalist Dr Bird and his twinned assistants. Using familiar baking processes that merge the mass production of food with the representation of the body, a production line of miniaturised band members are transformed into edible, cloned body parts that are dipped and rotated on mass in huge vats of bacterial skin. The Biological Bakery hints at how synthetic biology could develop in the home. The Biological Bakery is a creative collaboration led by body architect Lucy McRae and spatial experimenter Rachel Wingfield who operate on the fringes of magic, science and intuition. Interfacing the body with the spheres of architecture and society their experimental and playful approach celebrates the epiphany in the creative and innovation process.

    Dream a Little Crazy is a happiness filled tune crafted for a generation of anti-gloom futurists.

    Architecture in Helsinki - Dream a Little Crazy music video directed by Lucy McRae

    Tags: band performance, live-action, paintery


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