The Valtari Film Experiment is the big Sigur Ros project for the Summer of 2012, in which Sigur Ros ask people create music videos for songs from their latest album Valtari. Some songs have more than one video, the latest and greatest in the Sigur Ros Valtari Mystery Film Experiment is the video for "Dauðalogn." It was created by Henry Jun Wah Lea, who had this to say: "since the time of our earliest ancestors, nature has been a source for inspiration, imagination, and wisdom. nature is where we come from. even in this modern age, its energy still flows through our veins. being in nature, we see the world our ancestors saw: a place of beauty, a place to reflect, a place to learn, and a place to connect with the heart and soul."
Henry Jun Wah Lea is an international filmmaker and photographer and a doctor who practices traditional Chinese medicine. He traveled to the forest in Yakushima for the Daudalogn video shoot, an island with sacred trees and a long and storied history of logging. Other videos so far in the Valtari Film Experiment are “Ég anda 1,” “Ég anda 2,” “Fjögur píanó,”, “Rembihnútur.”and “Varúð” and “Vardeldur”