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Vinyl Record Performs A Psychedelic Show When Played [Video]

Vinyl Record Performs A Psychedelic Show When Played [Video]
Arts & Culture

A visual dimension added to an artifact that is consider to be a visual experience.

Serena Chu
  • 3 february 2014

Though the original sound of analog recordings is what compels many people to build a vinyl collection, other reasons, ones that are less about audio and more about aesthetics, have shifted some away from digital recordings. Experimenting with their own personal styles, animator Reuben Sutherland and musician Dan Hayburst of Sculpture created “Plastic Infinite,” a vinyl record that animates when played under a strobe of light or filmed at 25fps.

Since its initial release, this 7” Zoetropic animation disc has been completely sold out. Luckily, a second edition will soon be under way. People who are looking to secure one for their personal collection are welcome to contact the artists directly via email.

To see the kaleidoscopic animation, check out the video below.

Sculpture

Source, Images: Laughingsquid 

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