(Video) Objects Fall To Create Rhythm

(Video) Objects Fall To Create Rhythm
technology

French filmmaker and musician Renaud Hallée has created an abstract short featuring objects falling in sync to produce a systematic rhythm.

Daniel Edmundson
  • 23 april 2010

From Montreal-based filmmaker and musician, Renaud Hallée, comes this abstract short featuring objects falling in sync to produce a systematic rhythm. “Gravité” experiments with sound and visual cues to produce an entertaining, and rather perplexing, experience on the small screen.

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