Ever wonder what your online habits would look like to someone spying on you?  Well, that’s exactly what inspired Holly Herndon’s music video for the title track ‘Chorus’.  In it, director Akihiko Taniguchi took Herndon’s samples from her daily internet browsing—YouTube, Skype, + other audio – to create video.  The B-side “Solo Voice” was done in a single take.

I love the retro feel of the animation + the realness of Herndon’s environment – great to see she didn’t decide to stage the perfect workspace for the video’s sake – mine would be a lot worse.

Enjoy!

(via pitchfork)

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