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If you’re into McLaren’s kind of movie at all, then I’m sure you have between one and six crappy visualizers on your computer, software that makes sound visible. Maybe you did this in the hope that they would make Deadmau5 listenable (good luck with that). Norman Mclaren didn’t need Milkdrop and G-force, because Norman was born with a visualizer in his soul. When he heard music he was met with synchronized visual imagery. My guess is that he didn’t have to consciously plan and execute these visions, they just were. What makes him spectacular, though, is that he was able to take this gift and put it onto film.
Matthew Gray is an old-fashioned man of great import. One of the few abstract thinkers of the early 21st century to thoroughly penetrate the nonsense. He is currently hunkered down deep below the surface hoping the end will come and wash his cares away.
Anthony Galli currently lives in Athens, Georgia. He shares a birthday with his black cat, Magic, and they both claim Wings of Desire as their favorite film. Anthony has published two books of poetry, Amnesia for Insomniacs and Invisible Idiot.
Timothy Misir is a Russia-based Singaporean writer and researcher in urban planning and architecture. He is currently working at The Moscow Times where he is a copy editor and writes for the arts section. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.