Dr SCRAPS’ Corporeal Symphonies asks questions about what’s cooking on the inside of our bodies.
The intriguing trail of 10 QR code-activated animations, images and stories focuses on the intestinal gases of mythical, prehistoric and everyday animals.
The ‘low-tech’ DIY ‘mashup’ aesthetic humorously reminds us that everyone can be captivated by the whimsical yet astounding nature of science.
Each episode is presented by Dr SCRAPS aka electronic music and visual artist Laura Hill, who goofily explores corporeal (relating to the body) matters.
Ants, T-rexes, sloths and dolphins are playfully examined for their various intestinal gas producing capabilities. Some of the kooky questions that surface are based on fiction, some on fact!
Collect all 10 episodes and receive a digital bonus surprise.
About the Creator
Laura Hill aka SCRAPS is an electronic music producer and visual artist. Her discography spans over a decade since her debut LP in 2011 on grit institution Bedroom Suck records.
Hill’s synthesis of raw rhythms, sequencer intuition and echo-soaked storytelling has honed and decayed, heatwaving between low-lidded new wave, woozy acid ballads and alienated karaoke. Her sound draws links between golden decades of synth pop and club music while remaining firmly set in the contemporary Australian underground.
Although music has been at the forefront of her career, Hill’s recent accompaniment of DIY collage-style film clips has embellished her music, adding a new dimension.
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