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Neon Indian Scores an Animated Short Film

Commissioned By LACMA

Nov 15, 2012 Neon Indian Bookmark and Share

Los Angeles’ Museum of Contemporary Art is doing its best to reach out to the cool kids. The institution recently commissioned Neon Indian’s Alan Palomo to write and score a short film. Called Outer Osmo Ghost Mode, the project features two online avatars of a married couple who use the program to live out an idealized version of their day-to-day life.

Says Palomo of the project:

The score for Outer Osmo Ghost Mode seems to run back into itself and has done it so much it’s begun decomposing with each pass…All the sounds that seemed to have an optimistic, futuristic quality when Osmo was created, will have undergone eras of digital degradation and come off distorted, distant, and otherwise anachronistic.

Check out the trailer below.



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