Month of Sundays / Metronomy / Callum Cooper / 2014

Month of Sundays / Metronomy / Callum Cooper / 2014


Footnotes

The song was going to be this slightly cynical song about the music industry in America, but then I just thought that was a tosser’s thing to do, so I changed it to work around this phrase. There are others I want to put into a song, like “bully for you” and “you’ve made a right pig’s ear of that.” ➡︎

I was interested in exploring the ideologies of brutalist and internationalist styled architecture. In part my interest was sparked by a film, [...], Utopia London by Tom Cordell.
[...] The unique perspectives are created using a utilitarian sculpture that I specifically designed and had fabricated. The sculpture has a camera mounted upon it and is hand operated like a bizarre Victorian-era farming tool. 
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Extras

▶︎ Paradoxical Plane (Excerpt) / Callum Cooper / 2011

▶︎ Utopia London (Trailer) / Tom Cordell / 2010


Sources

◼︎ Metronomy: Month of Sundays / NOWNESS / 2014

◼︎ Q&A: Callum Cooper / Carmel McNamara / FRAME / 2014


The Barbican: A Middle Class Council Estate / The Architectural Review / Architecture Foundation / 2015

The Barbican: A Middle Class Council Estate / The Architectural Review / Architecture Foundation / 2015

VICE Talks Film: Ben Wheatley on the Influence of Architecture and Viral Videos / VICE / 2016

VICE Talks Film: Ben Wheatley on the Influence of Architecture and Viral Videos / VICE / 2016