The track that went live on the 15th of October is a timeless creation that questions and in a way, celebrates the impermanence of life.
“As a child I was fascinated by mythology. I remember loving Amar Chitra Katha, which was my introduction to Indian myths and stories. The idea of using classical Indian imagery in this music video resonated with me on many levels.”— Kabeer Kathpalia (OAFF music)
“I downloaded over 500 Indian paintings and artworks (from both the Smithonian and the MET’s public domain collection) and started organising and categorising them. This took about a week of focused attention. Once all the images were categorised, I was able to slowly assemble sequences together - frame by frame.”— Thomas Rebour, editor & animator of Grip
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