Duration: 45 seconds
Science is the art of getting things right. This is not science. This is failure.
Created by capturing the motion of fluorescently-labeled mouse brain cells under a microscope, one frame every 2 seconds, and playing it back at 12 frames/second. What you are seeing are the effects of strong fluid dynamics ripping these fragile tissues apart under a cover-slip. While 'motility' is a term often ascribed to biological movement, these particular cells were not intended for this kind of mobility. These experiments were failures. But that doesn't mean this project has to be!
Video: Derek Caetano-Anolles, behance.net/derekca
Music: “Civilization Class One” by Seazo, seazo.no