Time for a walk on the experimental side. Interactive and new media artist Olga Mink’s “Fragments From Atlantida” is a a lot of things: a nature study, a motion triptych, a mind-blowing amount of work in Final Cut, a conversation piece, an oddity, a puzzle, and a stony, misty, cerebral look at the mystique of the outdoors. All that, and it has a balloon in it. I’m a sucker for balloons.
Mink says it’s “an imaginary journey through the seven islands experienced as an interchange between image and sound charting a conversational movements of colour, light, texture through the natural world.”
We’re too used to things that are so easily and quickly understood. Most of all, I love this because it challenged me to think.
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