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Stream 'Natural History Redux,' The Datamoshed Deep Sea Doc From Coral Morphologic

The mashed-and-moshed super-cut features 23 films and is available to stream and purchase here.

Just two days ago, we premiered the trailer for Natural History Redux, the datamoshed supercut of twenty-three films by experimental Miami-based bio-art and aquaculture duo Coral Morphologic.

Today, we're proud to present the half-hour film in its entirety:

Natural History Redux, which is also available in a 1080p version for $5.00, features twenty-three films that span Coral Morphologic's short but meteoric rise to preeminence in Miami's experimental art/film scene, tacked together using the datamosh, glitchy editing technique favored by outsider artists the world over. The result is an psychedelic undersea odyssey that will make you consider picking up scuba diving as a hobby.

Now that the full film is available for streaming, you've got a better reason than ever to fake transportation trouble. Can't reach your boss because your "train is underwater?" We totally understand.

Stream Natural History Redux above, and click here to purchase your own 1080p version of the film from Vimeo On Demand. The film was made possible in association with Borscht Corp