In November 2015 three creatives traveled to Paramaribo, the bustling capital of a lesser known nation on the northeastern coast of South America. They arrived with a simple goal, to combine forces in a series of experiments, mixing film, light and muralism. Film shot/cut by Selina Miles, art by Felipe Pantone and Projection by Rebecca Smith. More info & video after the jump!
Felipe Pantone is a visual artist based in Valencia, Spain. His work explores themes of futurism, technology, glitches, and the advancement of the species. Strong contrasts, vivid colors, effects, and the use of mixed medium and varied technique combine to impact strongly on the viewer. Obsessed with speed and forward motion, Felipe has taken his large scale mural work worldwide, having painted walls in 5 continents.
Rebecca Smith is a multidisciplinary creative based in the UK. Her project Stylus explores progressive forms of combining projection mapping with hand crafted image. In a live performance, both elements evolve and interact, to create a canvas of movement, light and paint.
Selina Miles is a filmmaker from Australia. She specialises in the exploration graffiti culture.
Thanks to Kevin Headley of Switi Rauw Festival and Vernon Simons
Ewlad Krolis – Kaseko Music
Untitled – Jimmy Power
Fait – Slow Glow
Milosh – Do You Want What I Need (Instrumental)
Taken from the album Jetlag
Courtesy of Deadly and Downtown Music Publishing