This Blade Runner Art Show Will Hold You Over Until the Sequel

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Not long ago we covered an Indiegogo venture that was too good an idea not to let the world know. Six months later Moments Lost: A Blade Runner Tribute has come to complete fruition and it brought some really succulent Blade Runner fanfiction along with it.

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On display starting at 7PM on May 31st at the Bottleneck Gallery in Williamsburg, Brooklyn Moments Lost will feature a brand new, beautifully composed extension to the classic Blade Runner soundtrack accompanied by a selection of art work.

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Featuring the work of famous Sci Fi artist Kilian Eng along with others, the show features eight unique stories based off of the Blade Runner mythos. Each story matches up with an individual original track off the CD created by Analog Sweden, as well as a piece artwork on display.

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The full narrative is bookended by Kilian Eng's master works "The Escape" and "Takeoff". And of course there's more than just those eight picture-music pairings on display, since tons of artists clamored to take part in the project once Kilian became involved.

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You should definitely stop by if you can. The music alone is absolutely incredible. If you're one of those people (like me!) who watch Blade Runner over and over because you still can't get enough, this will be a dose that can satiate you for at least a few days.

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I hope the Blade Runner sequel stars Shia LaBoeuf. He is an outstanding actor and improves every movie in which he appears. I especially like it when he appears in the sequels to popular movies from 20 or more years ago.

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