MOVEMENT | 2014 | INSTALLATION
A project in cooperation with Phillip Sollmann aka. Efdemin. The individuals in the video were filmed while a DJ-set in August 2014 at "Der Stur" in Munster, Germany with a extremely high frame rate. The footage and the sound is slowed down 400% in comparison to the original. Later on, the material was cut into an endless loop and screened in a dark room, to simulate a pretty much indescribable feeling of dancers melting with sound and space.
SUBATOMIC | 2014 | PHOTOGRAPHS ON CRT MONITOR
The track has been taken from the album "Decay", released on Dial Recordings in 2014. The video is a complete one-take, filming a slideshow of monochrome photographs from DVD, while manipulating the DVD player."Phillip Sollman, better known as Efdemin, released his third LP Decay this past March on Dial—a meditative, ten-track album of forward motion very much in line with the Hamburg-based label’s tradition of deepness. As he candidly mentioned to Philip Sherburne in a recent interview for EB.net, Sollmann consciously channeled his inner Terrence Dixon/Jeff Mills while recording the album on a three-month artist residency in the Japanese city of Kyoto. The result is more straight techno than some may have expected, but the subtle production is still classic Efdemin. In this video for “Subatomic”, an EB exclusive premiere, he turned to artist Phil Struck to help him visualize the contrast between the track’s dubby progressiveness and dancefloor drive, with images of forests in black and white flickering in time to the soft thud of the kick drum. Minimalistic German producers really seem to love their woods." – TELEKOM ELECTRONIC BEATS