Propelled along by an acid-tinged synth, "Erase The Time" speaks specifically to the malleability of existence on the dance floor. Conceived in collaboration with director Lisa Bass, the video (sourced in part by hacked surveillance footage from Brian Abelson) makes use of Times Square as a site of inevitable public record.
"As an experiment of being somebody else, Jennifer Vanilla is an exercise in manifesting the aspirational self, of choosing identity, of opting in to the most realized form of embodiment— all quintessential to the New York City narrative," says Jennifer Vanilla of the inspiration behind the video. "We extend these concepts in this video by occupying the quintessential New York space. Jennifer is a mode of role play. She is an activation of fantasy that becomes real through the gesture of performance, and hyper-real through the captivation of the technological eye and the use of virtual representation."
Watch the second offering from the J.E.N.N.I.F.E.R. EP, directed by Lisa Bass, below: