Nils Frahm's “Spaces” gives you the perspective of a chocolate sundae (black and white, obviously) as it gets a variety of sauces poured over its face. Romain Assénat and Ana Silva achieved this highly indulgent narrative effect with “inks on glass and a video-feedback device, captured live without any post-production.” And before you ask: yes, the splatter syncs up pretty well with Frahm's neo-classical synthscape. Sentient dessert and wonderful tunes. In short, the future we were promised.
Nils Frahm's wonderful Spaces is out now on Erased Tapes.