A popular element of the Barney Bubbles exhibition within the recent graphics/music group show White Noise: Quand Le Graphisme Fait Du Bruit was the cubicle housing designer Kate Moross’s Barney Bubbles video triptych.
This stemmed from the collaboration with Reasons To Be Cheerful author Paul Gorman at last year’s Glastonbury Festival, where Moross activated Bubbles designs into a hypnotic light show to complement a DJ set.
Her triptych utilises the same source material for an immersive video installation presented across three screens and edited to Hawkwind’s live track Orgone Accumulator.
Read about White Noise here.
Keep up with Kate Moross here.
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Kate Moross’s fabulous video triptych at White Noise