FLIM Stockholm

FLIM Stockholm

My first post here will be about FLIM, a night in Stockholm, Sweden, dedicated to ambient, click’n'cuts, experimental music – and a fine selection of downtempo electronic music in general. For each edition, a visual artist is also invited to create something nice in the lobby of Nordic Light hotel, where FLIM is happening.

As I’ve been following the FLIM sessions for a while now, I was really happy to be invited to the november edition (the main musical act was Deadbeat – that made me even happier), and I imagined 2 structures with a simple design that could be hanged both over the stage and the VJ booth. The 2 structures were mapped with the great Millumin software (be sure to check it out at http://millumin.com/) and the visuals played live with modul8 (routed through Millumin via Syphon). The idea was to stick to the minimal aesthetic of FLIM, with only white lines creating patterns on the structure, with bits of 3D graphics from time to time. Similar visuals were projected on a curved wall and on a small stucture made with semi-transparent screens.

Deadbeat live

The 2 structures

Deadbeat live

Additional visuals

View from Millumin’s interface with grid warping enabled.


Many thanks to Kristoffer Karlsson for inviting me, Johan Holm for helping with the construction, and all the people involved in the project.

For more info: FLIM Stockholm / Facebook & www.romaintardy.com

/ Romain



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