After receiving some 50 responses to a call-out for video artists on jotta.com, jotta worked with Fallon to pick the 10 best artists who we then commissioned to create moving-image work especially for 'Music Without Sound'.
The artists were given one main unifying rule - a 72 bpm rhythm to follow, the average human resting heart-rate. Over the span of three hours of each night of Latitude Festival, Fallon and jotta created a live VJ mix of ten artists' work, projected across water alongside Fallon's own installation-specific visuals.
Look out for the work of these 11 moving image artists:
Mickey Ashton is a filmmaker new to the game who is rapidly producing some striking pieces incorporating across fashion, animation and set design.
About to start at Royal College of Art to study moving image, Sally works with hand-made stop-frame animation.
A trained engineer, Bob's work investigates sound and machine as one.
Rafael Pavon working with Melvin Galapon
A video director for Watergun Studios, Rafael is a fantastic cinematographer
A multi-disciplinery artist, his video work explores a spectrum of styles, from strong and graphic animation ('Buraka Som Sistema') to delicate handmade stop-frame (Bat for Lashes)
Dan mashes found videos and youtube clips into mesmerising and surreal video-collages.
Paul is a designer working with interactive environments and strong graphic animation.
Video artist exploring high-speed video and the realms of data-bending.
Works with Watergun Studio as a director, and creates vast surreal 3Dcgi landscape animations.
An artist living in Japan, she makes simple but sureal videos by juxtaposing appropriated footage.
DVDP [aka David Ope]
A designer also working with animation, David's looping animations might just hypnotise you.