John Whitney: Permutations

John Whitney: Permutations Produced in 1966. Written in GRAF and FORTRAN,  and recorded in black and white from the monitor of an IBM 360 mainframe.… Read more

Michael Langan: Heliotropes

Michael Langan’s new short film Heliotropes is fresh off the film fest circuit. Heliotropes documents the parallel goals of man and nature, through the most… Read more

Compressed 02

Who would of thought taking a bubble bath could be so beautiful? (Thanks, Arvid.)

Polynoid: Loom

Yes, Polynoid‘s long-awaited short Loom is finally online. And it’s amazing! The plot is as simple as “a moth being caught in a spider’s web”,… Read more

Charlex: Shape Shifter

Charlex has recently created Shape Shifter, a larger-than-life film that’s been attracting remarkable attention online since its release. From the pieces of an exploded car,… Read more

Superestudio: “Inactivo”

Inactivo is the latest short film by Lamole, the B side of Argentinian Superestudio. It’s about a woodcutter’s brave journey through a gloomy forest of… Read more


Another killer experiment in mixed media from Benjamin Ducroz: Phosphene.  Also, check out his latest reel and other recent work at

Celestial Navigations

Ah, Block City…remember it like it was yesterday. Al Jarnow created some of the most memorable experimental shorts of the 70s/80s.  Pick up a copy… Read more

Alex Delany: Walking Crowd

Simple concept and entrancing execution combine in Alex Delany’s “Walking Crowd.”

Scan Processor Studies

Excerpt from Woody Vasulka & Brian O’Reilly’s “Scan Processor Studies” project

Takafumi Tsuchiya (takcom)

Lots of cool  experimental projects over at Takafumi Tshuchiya’s (takcom) vimeo channel


Fun experimental music video by arjanM.

onedotzero: just one week away

onedotzero_adventures in motion returns to London’s BFI Southbank from September 9th to 13th, presenting international moving image work from an international lineup of pioneers and… Read more

Alex Roman: TheThird&TheSeventh

Some philosophies of aesthetics enumerate seven primary art forms derived from Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel’s “Lectures on the Aesthetics” and the writings of film theorist… Read more