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09.18.14 Sophie Weiner

Electronic artist Holly Herndon is continually breaking new ground, both musically and through her innovative, jarring videos. For her new track “Home,” perhaps her catchiest song to date, she stares blankly towards the camera, mouthing the words that appear in a black box in the lower right corner. The anti-surveillance sentiment of the video, which was […]

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06.17.14 Sophie Weiner

Holly Herndon is an artist interested in how the spaces we inhabit in the digital world become physical. In her video for “Chorus” off her 2014 EP of the same name, she explores how we coexist with technology. Her collaborators Akihiko Taniguchi and Mat Dryhurst created the video using clips sourced from friends and rendered in glitchy […]

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01.28.14 Marina Galperina

Artist Akihiko Taniguchi created this software-centric music video for Holly Herndon “Chorus” using photographs of his friends’ “personal environment outside of the screen” — their desktops, the towering stacks of crumpled paper, packages, wires, headphones, the random mess accumulating around the computer. He then rendered 3D models of the spaces, the flaws in the software […]

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