We teamed up with Lincoln Motor Company‘s Hello Again campaign to present a series of videos expressing some outstanding examples of how artists we love have reimagined creativity. In our second instalment, we present BULLETT’s very own Brady Gunnell: a multimedia artist, designer, videographer, and in-office cultural attache to all things epic. A Utah native, Brady is currently a senior designer and creative collaborator at BULLETT, with ongoing installations and independent projects presented throughout much of North America (you might have caught his residency at the Gladstone in Toronto, or his most recent pop up exhibition at PS1 in Queens).
With Man on the Mountain, Brady introduces us to a hidden world of seismic activity through sound and notation. After recording the seismic data of four Navajo mountain peaks, Brady created a sound annotation program that converted variation in tectonic activity to audible tonalities. He then paired these soundscapes with footage of each peak, resulting in a melodic and visually identifiable communication between man and Earth. Check the video to learn more!