The film is an audio visualisation through the animation of objects in video footage. Some objects move or appear according to sounds or pitches, others react to the volume of music and some act like an audiospectrum. The choice of scenes doesn’t showcase the bright and lively Berlin, but rather quiet, unassuming places which the animation to the music breathes new life into.
Marina Schnider was born in 1990 in the town of Vals, Switzerland. She recently received her Bachelor degree in Visual Communications at the Berlin University of the Arts and is currently working as a Motion Design Artist. Her Bachelor's thesis 'Urban Audio Spectrum' is her first short film.