The Snorks “A Concert for Creatures” | Loris Greaud
Long term project/short film “The Snorks – A Concert for Creatures” by Loris Greaud features Charlotte Rampling, David Lynch and Anti-pop Consortium. It is a concert, yes, quite literally, for deep sea creatures while relating it to current, technological life.
“Loris Greaud’s long-term project and film, The Snorks: a concert for creatures, is the conception of an urban legend and a hallucinatory epic inspired by the discovery of a mysterious land, the world of the abyss.
The Snorks has been thought of as a spatiotemporal capsule in which the possibility of “alien communication” is constantly hatched and replayed.
This concept is driven by the abstract hip-hop of iconic group, Anti-Pop Consortium; the extreme explorations of the Antares deep-sea station; research by MIT Sea Grant College and the experimental pyrotechnics of group F.
For almost 36 months, the Snorks phenomenon has travelled all over the world, from Abu Dhabi to Paris via Los Angeles, Boston, New York and even Hawaii. It has been through the air, across the ocean and underwater, and in its wake it has brought on board a plethora of experts, authors, artists and other collaborators who are all endeavoring to meet the project’s demands and obsessions.” – taken from website.