As part of Giro Day’s editorial series of original content, MultiMulti
presents the first of a three part project documenting video and
moving-image experiments produced during a three month stay in California.
The videos and images follow a journey through a region devastated by wild fires and marked by extreme polarity. The clips, predominately filmed through the window of a moving rental car, offer an insight into a place where reoccurring themes of overwhelming nature, power
structures, and visual spirituality permeates throughout.
Part 1: “Record” marks Giro Day’s first open research channel were members can actively participate in the creative development of the content. The channel is open for you to collaborate and build the editorial with us and your fellow members. Music, image treatment, notes, comments, references, thoughts or personal involvement all connect directly through are.na, and will be gathered by MultiMutli to be used in the evolution of the project.
MultiMulti is a pseudonym of Christopher Gray, a minimalist painter working between Italy and London. As a contrast to his primary practice, MM is dedicated to experimental film utilising technology to manipulate imagery and as a means to collaborate with artists and external forces.