Titled Lucid, the 6-minute film magnificently captures the eerie atmosphere of a series of extraterrestrial-esque light installations among some of the world’s most isolated regions.
The project was developed by 3hund artists, Friedrich van Schoor and Tarek Mawad, with the well-suited soundtrack composed Achim “Künstler” Treu, a.k.a. UFO Hawaii, a composer and producer based in Berlin. Watch Lucid below and for more information or to see more work from the artists involved, visit:
The Project “LUCID”
The idea was to create a surreal world based on simple geometric light shapes that seem misplaced, but somehow blend with its surrounding at the same time. Shapes that emphasize the mood of its surrounding in the most simple way. By installing electroluminescent light shapes and wires in untouched landscapes, a single lightsource tells a surreal story of magic and loneliness in a surreal and intense way. Every environment has its own light installation.
The intention was to summarize all installations in a cinematographic way to create a touching short film.
Here are some more images below and at the end you can watch the Making of “LUCID”
The Making of “LUCID”
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