An abstract visual adventure, that weaves a path through narrative verses of enigmatic story telling
UK (PRWEB UK) 15 November 2017
On 15th November, International selling British artist Kill The Sofa releases his debut short film 'The Mirror Room'. An abstract visual adventure, that weaves a path through narrative verses of enigmatic story telling. After emerging onto the art scene a couple of years ago, and with ever growing popularity, this foray into film, is the next natural step for the artist to explore different methods of visual creation. Produced, written, and directed by Kill The Sofa, the film is a reflection of a Man (and Mankind). Based on both personal experiences, and a deeper journey through the collective mind of the world around us. An allegory; accompanied by the deep, slow, unsteady thud of a tribal kick drum, the heartbeat; and an unsettling guitar score, to embellish and heighten the narrative.
The release of the 'The Mirror Room' is to coincide with the forthcoming weekly auctions of new paintings over the next few weeks. These are to be available from the International Street Art Auction hosted by Catawiki.com. Here, Kill The Sofa's work regularly features alongside artists such as Shepard Fairey, Blek Le Rat, Ben Eine, Mr.Brainwash, Pure Evil, Hayden Kays, and Faile. Auction results for Kill The Sofa's work have seen prices climb rapidly over recent weeks, rising 1000% in November, for the artwork 'Kin (Light From Prisms)'.
The film is available to view online in HD at http://www.killthesofa.com
Of the forthcoming release, Kill The Sofa said, ''People seem to like what I do with a paint brush and canvas, so I wanted to explore other avenues of visual creativity. I wanted to experiment with a short film, and I wanted to push the boundaries of people's imagination, and leave the narration and visuals open to a degree of interpretation. There is clearly an intended theme and narrative to the film, but I hope the film unlocks a different perception for each individual viewer...I would advise listening on headphones while watching, as the heartbeat kickdrum is an integral part of the viewing experience.''
About Kill The Sofa:
Kill The Sofa is an International selling British Artist. Previously selling to collectors in countries across Europe, and the rest of the World.
Kill The Sofa, is essentially not a street artist in the purist sense of the term… (no clandestine wall stencils included here), but instead takes influence more from the fine art movements of painting. With uninhibited lines, energetic use of the colour palette, and at times other worldly composition of subject, there is inherently something very profound about his work. Predominantly self taught, his style is an eclectic mix, crossing the sometimes restrictive boundaries of genre, and flirting with the use of language. His work is often a commentary on society, life, death, origins, control, and the purpose of being. The illusion of life around us, and the exploitation of the soul. Artist. Creative. Master of the Universe.