French audiovisual duo Abraham Fogg (not a single person!) have been working on their first EP ‘Metamorphosis’. The EP releases on the 21st of May and it mixes dark classical music with electronica and occasional techno tinges. Abraham Fogg then matches this with visual arts too and this was where my initial interest came from.
The video for lead single ‘Le Vol Des Sorcières’ features French visual artist Olivier de Sagazan. He uses clay, papier mache, mud and paint to create all kinds of avant-garde art. If he can cover himself in it, he usually will. Here he muddies himself in the Earth to the rousing music. Enjoy Abraham Fogg’s ‘Le Vol Des Sorcières’ below.
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