Blood and Glass
In "Paper Heart" director Nick Snyder explores the world of wheatpaste street art by placing one of Lisa Moore's alter egos on the walls of NYC. The video tells a story of two-dimensionality, isolation, self-expression, and annihilation through a careful selection of locations, site-specific movement, and surrealist imagery. Nick works in downtown LA, so finding inspiration was as easy as stepping out of his studio door into an ever-evolving street art museum. Bringing wheatpaste posters to life required a few more steps. But thanks to the support of Silver Sound and the newly forged creative partnership with Blood and Glass, the end product far exceeds everyone’s expectations. "Paper Heart" is a playfully dark, imaginative, emotionally triumphant tragedy that begs to be viewed again immediately.
Nick Snyder was the grand prize winner of Silver Sound Showdown with his video "Lost Boy Found." He directed "Paper Heart" as a collaboration with Grand Prize winning band Blood and Glass and Silver Sound.