Video sampling and synchronized audiovisual counterpoint create a fusion of contact improvisation and musique concrete. A trio of dancers move through an empty industrial warehouse. Contact improvisation technique creates encounters between bodies and architecture. The sounds created by the dancers interactions with the space serve as concrete music. The video editing explores a counterpoint of synchronous, synchronized and asynchronous relationships between sound and image. The dancers dance to music made from the sounds of their own movements.
Written, Directed, Composed, Edited and Choreographed by Gabriel Shalom
Choreography & Dance: Mandy Cregan, Taylor Eggan, Rachael Lembo
Producer & Director of Photography: Luke Buckley
Produced by KS12
1st Assistant Director: Fons Schiedon
Audio Mastering: Thomas Von Pescatore
Sound recorded with a Shure MV88
MINI invited me to create a multimedia installation for the Frankfurt Motor Show and BMW Museum. The hidden music of objects unlocks a heightened appreciation for the rhythms in the world around us.
Roles: Producer / Writer / Director / Editor / Composer
Agency: Meiré und Meiré
Art Director: Carsten Goertz
Production: KS12 / Karen Cifarelli
Created for Berlin Fashion Week, these six videos feature music composed 100% from the sounds of clothes. Each piece of clothing is transformed into an instrument. A necklace is a synthesizer; a bra strap is percussion; a pair of Doc Martens are kick drums. The project has a limited run microsite as well as a live performance debut at CAKE Studios Berlin.
Featuring the musician Shingo Inao and clothes by Von Bardonitz
Curated by Angelique Spaninks
Supported by MU Artspace
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Written, Directed, Edited and Composed by Gabriel Shalom
Production Company: Portal A
Director of Photography: Catherine Goldschmidt
Single-channel video installation
Series of five c-prints
Commissioned by KiKK Festival
Series of Station IDs created for the Italian music television channel ALL MUSIC
House is a fast-paced videomusical crash-course in electronic dance music that transforms the early morning routine into a one-man dance party. DJ Scott Hardkiss demystifies house music genres as original house tracks are created directly from the rhythmic cutting of sound and image as one medium. Blurring the lines between a music video and documentary, the video is simultaneously entertaining and educational.
New York City