Abstract video and sound collage piece inspired by the song "The Great Gig in the Sky" (1973) by Pink Floyd. The piece explores surrealism, emptiness, distortion, and liminality. As well as the effect of playing around with video file sizes, glitching, and re-exporting frames/clips to alter the visual textures. The original video was 5.5MB, and was made as a small video file project, which aimed at exploring inventive and environmentally ethical practices within digital art-making.
The animation sequence at 2:00 is footage of a video installation piece exhibited at the V&A Museum (London, UK) in Pink Floyd's first ever retrospective titled "Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains" (2017). Link: vam.ac.uk/exhibitions/pink-floyd.