director: a nice idea every day
dop: julia franken
editor: vivien weyrauch
producer: lucie tamborini
executive producer: tamsin glasson
2nd camera: cedric retzmann
wiggle stills: fabian röttger
camera assistant: christoph hüttner
lighting: berta valin
art dept: claire kurylowski
art dept: tom bonynge
styling: stiina huhtanen
the girl: luisa weyrich
girls on the field: adriana giessler, anne viesner
glasses by lunettes
produced by colonel blimp
Repositories of stories and its enriching emotions, the covers, that accomodate the existing panoply of musical genres, are the motto for this exibition. The focus is made on album covers that often conquer our memory even when music slightly reached our ears. Major graphic disasters or deified, unduly ignored or zeitgeists, covers provide listening with a touch and an image, with the act of collection and share. From cover to cover, going thru all the stories (and histories), we wrote a new one to the sound of a song that repeats: I need nothing, I’ve everything I need.
‘I need nothing’ is an original concept from Cãoceito + Burdman, shot by Moopie. Its premier happens as a tangential project of EXD’11.
‘Useless’ - the motto of biennial’s current edition - was the kick-off, and the thought on how album covers (vinyls, in this case) enable people to ‘listen with the eyes’ the main goal of the project. At a time where digital audio files dominate but where traditional mediums still seduce fans, the album covers, being useless for some, stay relevant for others.
In this odyssey we benefited from the help of a set of people which, directly or not, live by the rhythm of the music they buy, download, share or create. The Parenthetical Girls lent music (Doughnut) to the video; Moopie shot the video; Matéria Prima yielded the venue in Lisbon; designers/illustrators/artists - Ariana Couvinha, Carla Almeida, Daniel Marques, Diogo Carvalho, Júlio Dolbeth, Hugo Oliveira, Manuel F. Sousa, Mariana Fernandes, Miguel Feraso Cabral, Miguel Vale, Nuno Aguiar, Paulo Lourenço, Paulo Serra, Pedro Naves, Rodrigo Burdman, Rui Vitorino Santos e Samir Mesquita - provided the bulk of over 200 covers, which populate the video and embody the central element of the project, and yet all others who enriched the discussion with surprising texts.
Cãoceito - artwork and packging for musical projects
Concept : Cãoceito + Burdman
Directed by : Moopie
Post Production : Moopie
Motion Design : Moopie
Place : Matéria Prima
Music : Parenthetical Girls - Doughnut
Parenthetical Girls present a stark performance of their song “Sympathy For Spastics” within the opulent interiors of the Old Church--a 130-year-old house of worship in Downtown Portland. The performance is the second installment of our four-part documentary, which finds the group traveling to a series of strange and wondrous locations in and around their home of Portland, OR to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album, Privilege*.
• Directed by Rodrigo Melgarejo • Produced by Dawndae Hamilton • Cinematography by Guy Wagner • Audio by Michael Elliot • Camera by Guy Wagner, Josiah Marshall, Thomas Oliver, Chris Cantino and Rodrigo Melgarejo
Directed by Ace Norton
Videoclip The Black Keys - Lonely Boy