The oppressively vapid life of Morgan is forever transformed when a mystical blue pyramid - that inexplicably produces doorknobs - appears in his apartment. What follows is a tale of greed and loss as Morgan builds an impossible, absurd corporate empire of doorknobs.
Techno fans will dig the power and energy in this compilation featuring nine of the innovative British trio's jam sessions captured in Japan, Holland, Belgium, England and Ireland during their 1998-'99 world tour. Crisp sound makes tracks such as "Push Upstairs" and "Pearls Girl" pulsate with perfection. Add vivid concert film melded with imaginative visuals, and this dynamic video can't be beat.
Dadaist, radical provocateur, surrealist painter, pioneering filmmaker and visionary educator - Hans Richter was a major force in redefining art in the 20th Century, yet he remains largely unknown compared to his more illustrious peers. Richter is often misunderstood and undervalued for his contributions to making a new social art that forever changed the act of self-expression.
A day at the carnival — sensational tent shows where miracles can be seen for the price of admission, boisterous noise of crowds and barkers, shrill and gaudy circus music, the violence of the street ten-fold. This is the substance of Everything Turns, Richter’s first sound film. At its premier at Baden-Baden Richter got into a fight with two Nazi officials who disliked the films ‘modernism.’ Yet in 1936 it was awarded first prize for artistic merit by the Nazi’s, with Richter’s name suppressed from the credits. He had long since left Germany.