Video director and artist Thomas Jumin has created the video for electronic duo Justice’s new single Randy.
An installation of 25 interconnected TV sets, created by Thomas, displays animated graphics, lyrics and film footage to accompany the track.
“The idea for this screen installation came from an inclination for an aesthetic in live show lighting that is both powerful and minimalistic,” says Thomas.
“The object itself, the CRT Trinitron by SONY, is iconic for people of a certain generation for its design and for its specific rendering of the image. The idea was to build an installation made of 25 screens from 1987 and to use them with video controllers and analogue converters. We simply filmed it like one would film an art installation, so as to retain the objects’ authority and repetitive simplicity.”
Randy is the lead single from Justice’s album Woman, out 18 November.
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