Max Cooper Shares New Video for "Seething" Based on the Digital Simulation of Cellular Forms
- Words: James Eaton
Pulled from Max Cooper's debut LP, Human (released earlier this year via the FIELDS imprint), a new video has surfaced for the London producer's "Seething" production. For the densely textured track's visual accompaniment, Cooper has enlisted visual scientist Andy Lomas, who distorts and manipulates visual works that originated from his Cellular Forms project, which strives for "digital simulation of a simplified biological model of morphogenesis, with three-dimensional structures generated out of interconnected particles to represent cells." The resulting video brings to life an intoxicatingly array of hyper-detailed structures, which grow and pulse in accordance with the music. The full video for Max Cooper's "Seething" can be watched below.
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