A Walk in The City

© A Visual Music work by Victor AcevedoMusic by Circuit Bender composer: Igor Amokian ; Tap film icon to launch player Video: © 2016 Victor AcevedoMusic: © 2016 Igor Amokian

Victor Acevedo

A Walk in The City ,
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A Visual Music Work by Victor Acevedo
music by Igor Amokian
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This is a still image from the video called A Walk in the City [version 2] - Video directed by Victor Acevedo. Released on Dec 17, 2016

Drummer: Martin Mansour
Walker: Sandra X
Soundtrack by Igor Amokian [aka Chris Holland]

Victor: I first met Chris Holland (Igor Amokian) at the Mandrake Bar just off gallery row in Culver City in about 2011. He was the DJ spinning (as it were) some esoteric but catchy tunes for the Monthly “open decks” VJ nights hosted by Eric Medine and James Fader Cui, co-directors of the then very active Los Angeles Video Artists [LAVA] group.

Later at a regular monthly members gathering, I witnessed one of his presentations on his Circuit Bending work, and I realized that was where he was really at. I was blown away and I knew we would collaborate at some point. Our first collaboration is the visual music work called A Walk in the City [2016]

This video also includes an abstract cameo of one of my oldest friends, Martin Mansour. He is an amazing drummer.


2016: May: World premiere @ LACDA as part of the exhibition called: Featured Video Artists

2018: October: LAVA @ the Creative Technology Center @ Brewery Art Walk - video: A Walk in the City

A Walk in the City v02 is on Acevedo’s Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXvcbUXnwwc
  • aesthetics
    • animated
    • experimental
    • projected
    • visual
  • genres
    • conceptual art
    • digital animation
  • subjects
    • Arts and Visual Culture
      • animations
      • expanded cinema
      • music
    • Media and Communication
      • electronic media
  • technology
Technology & Material
Video: Softimage, VDMX, Adobe Premiere
Music production: This track was produced with a modified Korg Electribe ES-1 with additional sounds from a circuit bent toy train.