"Sunday, Suddenly", "Pale Vellum Dreams" videos
Both videos are part of the Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society's Dream Films series exhibited by New York based artist Zoe Beloff.
Starting in 1926, the Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society held annual competitions in which members recreated their dreams on 16mm film and then gathered to analyze them. Their films may be seen as a window onto the hopes, fears, and fantasies of a changing cross-section of people who made up the social fabric of Coney Island in the 20th century, from immigrant Jews and Italians to wealthy bohemians and young gay men exploring their sexuality in the 1960s.
Zoe Beloff's work has been featured at the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and the Pompidou Center in Paris.
She has been awarded fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, The Radcliffe Institute at Harvard, and the New York Foundation for the Arts, among others.
Sugarplum Fairies - Pale Vellum Dreams (Official Video)
Coney Island Amateur Psychoanalytic Society’s Dream Film - Zoe Beloff Additional editing: Dave Emmendorfer © 2015 Starfish Records
Sugarplum Fairies 'Sunday, Suddenly' album teaser
Sugarplum Fairies (ft. Charlie Clark) - Moment of Fame
Starring Dexton Sinclair Kotora Directed by Xia Magnus Produced by Alyssa Polk Written by Georg Altziebler of Son of the Velvet Rat © Starfish Records, 2014
Sugarplum Fairies - St. Andrew's Place
Shot by Carlos Laszlo on VHS tape. © Starfish Records, 2014
Sugarplum Fairies ft. RT Valine - Escondite
Production: Rigler Creative Director: Thomas Rigler Director of Photography: Roman Jakobi Editor & Color Grading: Dave Emmendorfer Production Manager: Katie Wincor Cam Op/Gaffer: Katie Walker Assistant Camera: Mac Fisken G&E: Michael Cox Make Up & Hair: Patrick Tumey / Celestine Agency © 2014 Starfish Records riglercreative.com sugarplumfairies.com rtnthe44s.com
Sugarplum Fairies "The Images We Get" (official video)
from the album "The Images We Get", ©2011 Starfish Records. Directed by Paul Kranzler, edited by Moritz Kosa
A STORY - THE SUGARPLUM FAIRIES (US)