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1. System of a Down – Aerials(maNiak_edition)

  • Published: 2012-04-09T06:15:32+00:00
  • Duration: 238
  • By m1stake
System of a Down – Aerials(maNiak_edition)

just 4 fun and nothing more!


2. System of a Down - Aerials (Madrid 2017)

  • Published: 2017-07-01T20:46:12+00:00
  • Duration: 221
  • By cicelybelen
System of a Down - Aerials (Madrid 2017)

System of a Down en el Download Festival (Caja Mágica - Madrid 2017)


3. MirrorMirror - complete show

MirrorMirror - complete show

A video of the complete perforrmance of MirrorMirror. It runs for 60 minutes. MirrorMirror is a beautiful, ethereal piece of dance-theatre. Utilising aerials, floor choreography and water this dynamic work it is at once physically astounding and hypnotising. The two performers work in perfect harmony, exercising flawless synchronisation to move across a stage filled with water to create a work of majesty and poetry. Mirror Mirror is a dreamy yet arresting work that leaves audiences breathless, captivated by the enchanting world created by these two stunning performers. Performers David /Clarkson and Dean Walsh (Ex-DV8) combine with Dutch-based choreographer Paul Selwyn Norton, to build a visually intense, dynamic, yet poetic, encounter above water focusing on the theme of the mortal body and ‘the other side’. MirrorMirror is a duet of dance, physical theatre and aerial fusion. The third in a trilogy of works that Stalker has devised which investigates notions of ending. The unique set allows the choreographic language to take flight via an aerial tracking system, which runs upstage to down and dynamically suspends the performance above a water floor. MirrorMirror explores the concept that information and ideas are held within the body – in genetics, in movement patterns, in memory and in ancestry. Personal identity is not fixed but rather spread over time, place and space. Australia’s Stalker Theatre has been a regular visitor to the European festival scene over the last twenty years. In its new performance MirrorMirror the company is branching out into the new realm of dance while retaining its hallmark features of bold visuals and outspoken aerial physicality. “MirrorMirror is a majestic dancing (moving) artwork.” Door Eric Nederkoorn, Dagblad Van Het Noorden, 24 August 2009 Noorderzon Festival, The Netherlands “A dazzling, breathlessly enthralling combination of aerialist/physical theatre work and dance.” Lynne Lancaster, Artshub, 7 October 2009 Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia “It’s gravity defying - and its get better. [The water] becomes a mirror of their every move, doubling the fascination and the pleasure of watching these two outstanding performers working so closely together.” Jill Sykes, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 October 2009 Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia.


4. Chino from Deftones singing Toxicity @ Chi Benifit Show

  • Published: 2009-11-22T00:05:00+00:00
  • Duration: 224
  • By mike macias
Chino from Deftones singing Toxicity @ Chi Benifit Show

Sorry for the shaky hand. The place was going nuts and I had people all over me from behind. You get the point though. it was epic. video & audio with the Nokia N97 smartphone. Text from ThePrp.com: The Deftones were once again joined on stage by a number of their peers for the second of their two benefit concerts thrown for band bassist Chi Cheng at the Avalon in Hollywood, CA yesterday, November 20th. Confirmed guests include members of Suicidal Tendencies, Children Of Bodom and Metallica, while the group also were joined by System Of A Down’s Shavo Odadjian and Daron Malakian for collaborative covers of the latters “Toxicity” and “Aerials“. A cover of Metallica’s “Battery” was also performed. For now, a picture of what is said to have been the set list for the second benefit show (November 20th) can be seen online here. While the latest fan-filmed footage to surface online from both nights performances can be seen below at http://www.theprp.com/tag/chi-cheng/


5. Time Lapse - The Best of 2015 by Hafiz Ismail

  • Published: 2015-12-30T09:40:17+00:00
  • Duration: 240
  • By hafizismail
Time Lapse - The Best of 2015 by Hafiz Ismail

Time Lapse - The Best of 2015 by Hafiz Ismail. The best among the best of time lapse made in the year 2015. Alhamdulillah, I was fortunate to travel to places in the earlier part of the year - Amsterdam, Glasgow, New Zealand and Sydney. 2 TB of hard disk was used in the process. Nikon D800, Olympus OMD and Sony RX100 IV was also used with the help of Lightroom, LRTimelapse, Adobe After Effects, Panolapse and GBDeflicker. What's my aim in 2016? I've got to get me one of those motion rig so that camera movement can be introduced into my workflow. Goodbye 2015. Hello 2016. As usual, my time lapse are for sale. Contact me today. © 2015 Hafiz Ismail ~ www.imagesbyhafiz.com Background Music - Aerials (instrumental) by System of a Down.


6. MirrorMirror - 5 minute clip

MirrorMirror - 5 minute clip

MirrorMirror is a beautiful, ethereal piece of dance-theatre. Utilising aerials, floor choreography and water this dynamic work it is at once physically astounding and hypnotising. The two performers work in perfect harmony, exercising flawless synchronisation to move across a stage filled with water to create a work of majesty and poetry. Mirror Mirror is a dreamy yet arresting work that leaves audiences breathless, captivated by the enchanting world created by these two stunning performers. Performers David /Clarkson and Dean Walsh (Ex-DV8) combine with Dutch-based choreographer Paul Selwyn Norton, to build a visually intense, dynamic, yet poetic, encounter above water focusing on the theme of the mortal body and ‘the other side’. MirrorMirror is a duet of dance, physical theatre and aerial fusion. The third in a trilogy of works that Stalker has devised which investigates notions of ending. The unique set allows the choreographic language to take flight via an aerial tracking system, which runs upstage to down and dynamically suspends the performance above a water floor. MirrorMirror explores the concept that information and ideas are held within the body – in genetics, in movement patterns, in memory and in ancestry. Personal identity is not fixed but rather spread over time, place and space. Australia’s Stalker Theatre has been a regular visitor to the European festival scene over the last twenty years. In its new performance MirrorMirror the company is branching out into the new realm of dance while retaining its hallmark features of bold visuals and outspoken aerial physicality. “MirrorMirror is a majestic dancing (moving) artwork.” Door Eric Nederkoorn, Dagblad Van Het Noorden, 24 August 2009 Noorderzon Festival, The Netherlands “A dazzling, breathlessly enthralling combination of aerialist/physical theatre work and dance.” Lynne Lancaster, Artshub, 7 October 2009 Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia “It’s gravity defying - and its get better. [The water] becomes a mirror of their every move, doubling the fascination and the pleasure of watching these two outstanding performers working so closely together.” Jill Sykes, Sydney Morning Herald, 7 October 2009 Riverside Theatres, Parramatta, Sydney, Australia.


7. Few songs from Deftones @ Avalon Hollywood - Chi Cheng Benefit Show

  • Published: 2009-11-21T23:25:42+00:00
  • Duration: 716
  • By mike macias
Few songs from Deftones @ Avalon Hollywood - Chi Cheng Benefit Show

1. Bored 2. Nosebleed 3. My Own Summer Sorry for the shakey hand. The place was going nuts and I had people all over me from behind. You get the point though. it was epic. video & audio with the Nokia N97 smartphone. Text from ThePrp.com: The Deftones were once again joined on stage by a number of their peers for the second of their two benefit concerts thrown for band bassist Chi Cheng at the Avalon in Hollywood, CA yesterday, November 20th. Confirmed guests include members of Suicidal Tendencies, Children Of Bodom and Metallica, while the group also were joined by System Of A Down’s Shavo Odadjian and Daron Malakian for collaborative covers of the latters “Toxicity” and “Aerials“. A cover of Metallica’s “Battery” was also performed. For now, a picture of what is said to have been the set list for the second benefit show (November 20th) can be seen online here. While the latest fan-filmed footage to surface online from both nights performances can be seen below at http://www.theprp.com/tag/chi-cheng/


8. AERIALS 2015 — Welcome Notes

AERIALS 2015 — Welcome Notes

AERIALS 2015 was a daylong symposium—a series of talks, panels and open discussions—exploring organizational design, leadership, and purpose in the 21st century. Held in Toronto on October 7, 2015, AERIALS was a partnership between Totem (a custom content and service design agency) and The Alpine Review. This is a letter from AERIALS curator and The Alpine Review publisher, Louis-Jacques Darveau written on the occasion of the inaugural event:  In less than twenty-four months, U.S. retail giant Target both entered and exited Canada. And in doing so, amassed over two billion in losses and a long list of casualties from suppliers and partners, with nearly 18 thousand lost jobs. An entire retail landscape was forced to adjust and then re-adjust. The question we’re all left asking: How can a company that can afford the best data, the best strategists, with the best-laid plans, fall headfirst into such spectacular failure? The answer is both simple and complex. Target’s Canadian adventure was modeled around an outdated, mechanistic paradigm—one that is ill-suited for the world we live in. They have learned that it is not possible to ‘invade’ a country even if they had, in theory, all of the capacities to do so—solid branding, design sensitivity, reputation, financial might, operational sophistication, etc. Insiders told me that it was only as Target started shipping half-empty containers that they realized they hadn’t even taken account of the fact that Canada uses the metric system. Plagued by organizational silos, dysfunctional communication, competing and conflicting demands, Target had little chance of succeeding because it did not operate as a network. [1] Retail is complex. At its heart, retail is extremely complex and volatile, and is anchored in various communities and niches. Retail battles are akin to insurgencies; they are not fought at the city level. They are fought in neighborhoods, on streets and in very particular sections of such streets. How often have we seen one restaurant fail and another one succeed on the same street corner with a mere name and menu change? Target’s failure in Canada demonstrates something that might appear obvious for somebody who works in this space. But the truth is that organizations designed in the 20th century, under a mechanistic framework, are not prepared to face 21st century conditions, where volatility is predominant. This new existence involves a new kind of thinking around relationships, patterns, and context. In science, it is called 'systems thinking’. [2] Instead of marching with great fanfare into a country it did not know, Target should have made smaller steps, creating local connections and forging ties with the communities it aimed to serve. It needed to establish the trust it needed to endure. We are in an age of systems and networks. While the theoretical case is clear, there is no single roadmap on how transformation will take hold for organizations. There have been a number of unsatisfying catchphrases, predominant in startup culture, like “fail early, fail fast.” But we don’t have to fall back on easy, empty mantras as we navigate our way through. It’s not too early to understand how we can help change organizations. Until we find ways to act—rather than to read and share thinkpieces—billions if not trillions of dollars of value will continue to disappear. Organizations must wake up to the urgent need for a new operating model. We’ve all heard the story of how Eastman Kodak was ‘disrupted’ by Instagram (Kodak employed 140,000 people compared to Instagram’s 13) but such stories, unfortunately, are also profoundly changing the fabric of our society. We should not be amused by large organizations being taken down by the latest winner-takes-all [3] San Francisco startup. The consequences, on the job market specifically, are both very real and very human.[4] And so, Aerials aims to evolve and elevate the conversation by bringing together a collection of practitioners from different parts of the world. We will explore and unpack these changes and work towards useful frameworks and ways to collaborate for a better future for those embattled organizations who must perform contortionist acrobatics as they constantly renew their license to operate. — Louis-Jacques Darveau, September 2015


9. System Of A Down - Aerials (Guitar Cover)

  • Published: 2017-10-19T15:38:57+00:00
  • Duration: 236
  • By Akumik

10. System Of A Down "Aerials" cover by Flore


11. Aerials - System of a Down cover (Sara Skinner)

  • Published: 2015-12-26T06:57:31+00:00
  • Duration: 184
  • By Ivan

12. Tentando não ficar atoa

Tentando não ficar atoa

(tentei) fazer a introdução de Aerials - System of a Down


13. Chi Cheng Benefit: Bottom of the 2nd

Chi Cheng Benefit: Bottom of the 2nd

http://oneloveforchi.com System of a Down hopped on stage to perform "Aerials" and "Toxicity" with Chino on vocals. Then a mean-ass "7 Words" followed by an encore of "Headup" with the help of Max Cavalera.


14. Ham Petrol - Aerials (System of a Down Cover)

  • Published: 2012-01-16T10:57:59+00:00
  • Duration: 261
  • By Ham Petrol
Ham Petrol - Aerials (System of a Down Cover)

From the demo recordings at Studio Feedback - Tolga Aktas


15. Marie Caves - Aerials live (Stockholm)

Marie Caves - Aerials live (Stockholm)

Hey! this is a cover of Aerials from System of a Down


16. Aerials - System of a Down (Guitar Cover)

  • Published: 2011-01-28T09:18:49+00:00
  • Duration: 186
  • By Robert

17. Elite Dangerous - Laden Explorer

  • Published: 2017-12-31T22:10:24+00:00
  • Duration: 320
  • By Ladenstarfeesh
Elite Dangerous - Laden Explorer

Game: Elite Dangerous Song: Aerials By System of a Down (Ladenstar Cover)


18. System of a Down - Aerials Cover


19. Urban Glass

  • Published: 2009-10-31T19:27:29+00:00
  • Duration: 296
  • By Gus Bernal
Urban Glass

Short video for an assignment in my Sight&Sound: DOC class at NYU's Tisch. Assignment was to show a process from beginning, middle, to end as visually as possible. Directed, edited and photographed by myself. Additional photography was done by Laurence Jacobs. Music is a cover of System of a Down's "Aerials" (from the album Toxicity) by The Vitamin String Quartet. Urban Glass is located in Brooklyn, NY. http://www.urbanglass.org


20. SYSTEM OF A DOWN - AERIALS - DRUM COVER

  • Published: 2013-07-07T16:31:24+00:00
  • Duration: 233
  • By Alex F.