Woob’s Paradigm Flux (Time Lapse Music Video)

Ever since seeing Koyaanisqatsi, years ago, I’ve enjoyed time-lapse films because of the way they they reveal the patterns and shapes in the motion of everyday things.

Paradigm Flux by Woob (Paul Frankland) is a great match for the time-lapse imagery of Samuel Cockedey in his video, inter // states.

Frankland has a cultish following for his Woob 1194 and Woob 4495 albums on the late Nottingham-based em:t label.

For more from Woob, check out his latest album, Repurpose.

via Retronyms

4 thoughts on “Woob’s Paradigm Flux (Time Lapse Music Video)

  1. Excellent cinematography. One of the great things about night-time time lapse is the great saturated colours that are achievable without the scene looking over-exposed. Here, the settings and positioning are absolutely spot-on too.

    I think I’ll watch it again.

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