Nagi Noda's final music video

Japanese multimedia artist Nagi Noda passed away last week. Lisa Katayama wrote this about the very last music video Noda directed before her death. Aaron Stewart Ahn, the fellow who wrote a beautiful note about Nagi's "meaning of life on a napkin" in that Antville thread, pointed us to this work. Thanks, Aaron.


  1. I’m going to miss Nagi Noda’s work – this video does a great job showing off how fun and fantastical her mind was.

    And speaking of the video – those are some very well behaved cats!

  2. So very unfortunate that one’s last artistic work (at least in a given field) be for such a terrible song. It’s like how “Wagons East” was John Candy’s last film.

  3. The song, in its capriciously chorded, richly harmonized, electro-glitch-beat, joyous exuberance, reminds me of Katamari Damacy.

    Which is a good thing in my book.

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