Julia Holtercollaborates with José Wolff on Video for Goddess Eyes I. Julia Holter and visual artist José Wolff share Los Angeles as home and worked together on a video for Holter's Sea Called Me Home, an earlier piece in Holter's repertoire. When Wolff approached Holter to create a video for Goddess Eyes I from her 2012 album Ekstasis, the two embarked on a journey to divine the celestial / human mystery of the song. "The first thing that came to mind was an image that gradually deteriorates with visual noise, echoing the sonic noise present in the song," says Wolff. "We go from lightness to darkness, away from a structured, fabricated place and into raw territory." The video is Holter's fifth (but not final) from Ekstasis. Fresh off a string of shows with Sigur Ros, Holter picks up touring at the Bowery Ballroom in New York City, New York this Friday, August 31st making her way down the coast to the Hopscotch Festival in Raleigh, North Carolina.