Generative film takes an abstract look at global events

From the revolution that swept across the Arab world to the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan, culminating with the riots on the streets of London. Energy Flow is an ambitious new project from art and design studio FIELD, which translates the tumultuous real-life events of 2011 into a metaphorical and abstract animation.

The result, a generative film that's different each time it's played, suggests all 10 of its separate story lines are inextricably linked.

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