A 1:11 minute abstract video sketch. A mash-up of location sound and images from Brooke Valley.
Published on Jun 2, 2013
An abstract video sketch. A bit of an homage to Man Ray and David Lynch.
Video by Steev Morgan featuring Paige Culley.
The track was mastered by Jon Drew. From the album “Din”.
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Music by Gerry Smith. Video by Steev Morgan
Version one. A video interpretation of a song from Gerry’s song cycle entitled the Waters of Enoch. The series of songs follows a young boy’s growing understanding of the world around him as he discovers his natural surroundings, and how they parallel and conflict with his social and family environment.
Video by Steev Morgan 2011
Audio mix by Steev Morgan from samples by suonho and Flick3r from http://www.freesound.org
The Fort was approached by a back alley and was up on the second floor. There was a small deck at the top of the fire escape. There was a formidable pile of bikes and parts almost reaching up to the deck.
Inside the barricaded door was kitchen and beyond that was a warren of lofts and cages where people slept. Everything was covered with graffiti.
Crazy Steve lived there, also Kirkie (Maddog) and Filthy Sean. Lots of people crashed there: travelers, touring bands and some who just couldn’t make it home or had nowhere better to go.
I hung out there a lot; it was a pretty reliable place to get a beer after hours, and all manner of artists, musicians, and Kensington Market characters could be counted on dropping by.
In March of 1988 the Goofs were moving out to a new Fort, on Oxford I think. It was the end of an Era and all the regulars were notified. They planned to remove some of the wood to build spaces in the new place, so there was going to be a little Demolition Party.
At the time I worked as a technician in the OCA film department so I procured a 16mm camera to record the proceedings. Andrew O1 was my production assistant.
The walls were painted black to prevent the graffiti squad from making any connections. Steve, Kirkie and Sean did most of the destruction.
Eventually I cut this footage to a couple of songs from Fringe products release “Carnival of Carnage and Chaos” posted them on http://youtube.com/teeveesteevee.
Music in this video is Bunchofuckingoofs recorded live at the Rivoli in Toronto January 4 1991 by Steev (TeeVeeSteevee) Morgan with a Sony Walkman Pro hooked up to the board. Some video of those original performances is also be available at http://youtube.com/teeveesteevee.
Film rescanned and cut together in 2011.
By Steev Morgan 2011. Macro Time lapse of a wilting strawberry flower that I shot with my Veho Micro Camera and iStopmotion on the Mac. Sound mash-up by me from an obvious archival source.
Enjoy it as a loop.
Music and Video by Steev Morgan 2010