09/06/2010 | by Tom Copsey
The longest-named snowboard movie in the world teases with an edit that’s… Well, let’s just say it’s hardly ‘by the numbers’ shred flickery.
Yes, the movie is really called Black Holes and Invisible Forces Bending Time Through Particle Deformation Creating Infinite Freedom in the Garden On The Moon. Check it out to enjoy burly slams, heavy urban, weird witchy womens, big ol’ face shooters and a heavy dose of chin-stroking artsiness.
Here’s how COMUNE break it down: “COMUNE’s “Black Holes and Invisible Forces Bending Time Through Particle Deformation Creating Infinite Freedom in the Garden On The Moon” is part of a ongoing, collaborative avant-garde snowboarding film that highlights multiple video edits featuring COMUNE snow team, aggregates and associates. Contributing artists towards the project include: Corey Smith, Liz Davis, Jason Lee Parry, Andrew Kuykendall, Ryan Scardigli, Hunter Longe, Kevin Castanheira and Shelby Menzel. The film is part of COMUNE’s ongoing DROP CITY creative platform, which launched last month. Inspired by the early 1960’s artist commune in Colorado and the brainchild of COMUNE’s Art Director, Corey Smith, DROP CITY was introduced to attract like-minded contributors to the COMUNE artist community.”