Brian Eno has shared a new "generative film" in collaboration with Dentsu Lab Tokyo, which is based on his most recent album The Ship. While the full-length project was released earlier this year, the new film and website takes a thematic look into photographic images, photographic memories and artificial intelligence by offering users a chance to clock on tweets of old news stories and historical photos.

"Humankind seems to teeter between hubris and paranoia: the hubris of our ever-growing power contrasts with the paranoia that we're permanently and increasingly under threat. At the zenith we realise we have to come down again...we know that we have more than we deserve or can defend, so we become nervous. Somebody, something is going to take it all from us: that is the dread of the wealthy. Paranoia leads to defensiveness, and we all end up in the trenches facing each other across the mud," Brian said earlier this year. It's become the mantra of the film. Watch it here.