Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Video of the Day

Thomas Grogan is a Baltimore musician who most recently relocated from San Francisco. He is currently in residency at the Fondo Del Sol Visual Arts Center where he creates art under the nom de plum 'Grogan Social Scene.' Check out this video he made that incorporates footage from the area's very recent Snowmageddon.

a mid-atlantic post-apacolyptic whirlwind from Thomas Grogan on Vimeo.

Here Grogan explains his process of making the video:

"Basically I had an experience during this blizzard to bond with strangers and essentially lay the foundations for what will be new friendships. When I returned home in the evening, I was reminded that throughout my life, I have met many people i have come to know and love. For whatever circumstances, many of these relationships 'ebb and flow.' This is a better analogy then come and go; people trying to put a defined limit on these things that are intangible such as a bond between two or more people is somewhat silly. This was released to my friends on Valentine's Day. As contrast to the singularity that Valentine's imposes on love, this is meant to celebrate the plurality."

You can download Grogan's digital content for free at his website www.grogansocialscene.com.
Also, he says to feel free to contact him with any questions, suggestions, concerns, or anger at grogansocialscene@gmail.com

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