In this second installment, we see UK’s Tinie Tempah, along with Cybernetic Professor Slawomir Nasuto and the University of Reading, exploring the neurological and emotional effects of music.
We see Tinie Tempah kitted out with a neurological scanning cap before being monitored whilst he listens to different kinds of music - featuring a perfect balance of both informatics and aesthetically stimulating shots throughout.
Josh Davies, Mill+ Head of Content explains, “It’s been fantastic to collaborate with the Guardian on this short film project. We are excited to deliver the next in the series of these stimulating shorts with such interesting subject matter.”
Mill+ Creative Director Carl Addy comments; "The second of five content films created for G-LAB, this is a lovely example of Mill+ working as an agile end to end solution. This film acted as the ideal project to draw on all areas of our expertise to create visually rich content.”