"Believe" - The Chemical Brothers (ft. Kele Okereke) Directed By: Dom & Nic
Perfectly summed up by 'Boards Magazine: "As we see in Brad Anderson's 2004 film The Machinist, a monotonous factory setting is not recommended for the faint of mind. That theme of unraveling psyche is repeated in this video for the Chemical Brothers, directed by Dom & Nic, as car-part robots menace a man to the point of lunacy. Of course the terror starts slowly at first - a glimpse of a robot here, sensing another there - until a gang of magnificently rendered CG fiends from London's Framestore CFC reduce the poor guy to a trembling puddle of mess. With animation this real, we got a little shaky too."
Yun Bai was born in Beijing, China and migrated with her parents to the United States at age five. She grew up in a traditional Chinese setting; complete with extracurricular activities, strict discipline, and high expectations. As she reached adolescence, Yun began to embrace her artistic abilities and pursue art seriously. Although she was raised in a conservative upbringing, Yun has developed her artistic voice to continue pushing the edge in creating innovative, progressive ideas.
Yun believes in having the freedom to explore her artistic expression to the fullest extent. Thus, she explores with porn collages and sculptures made of ping pong balls, amongst other interesting mediums besides oil paints and watercolors. Identity, social experiments and stereotypes, playfulness/ mockery, feminism, and scientific references are reoccuring elements found in her work.