Osron Hentschel is premiering his new video for the song "Montage of Bugs" here on Juxtapoz. A talented composer and pianist, Hentschel incorporates a huge array of influences in his compostions, mixing and reimagining them from the stylistic standpoint of classical minimal music. In this video, he worked with Matthias Danberg to craft a video that matches his experimental music perfectly.
Hentschel provided some insight on the video: "After the cover artwork for "Electric Stutter" was decided to be a 3d-rendering of a human head, I wanted to have in parallel a music video which was entirely computer-animated. While performing last year at the art and design festival "die digitale Düsseldorf" I had the chance to see a film of the video artist Matthias Danberg. I was impressed by his visual language and felt that he was the right person to make the music video. I sent him the track "Montage of Bugs" shortly after the festival and we met in order to exchange ideas. It was a very smooth process, we had similar ideas and after a few follow-up meetings the concept was finished. We decided to draft a future scenario in which the main character could be an avatar moving through a virtual world. Using light and shadow we wanted to create a dancing shadow play of the future to come."