Herr K. at totally fuzzy links to the music video associated with the Varèse piece Poème Électronique. The video has death and destruction, ancient figures, culture, animal life, and humanity, architecture etc. along with various swatches of color and for some reason, footprints-- in other words, your standard mid-century visual modernism. The short clip of living hair six minutes into it was the oddest image.
Columbia University has a description of how Le Corbusier, aided by Iannis Xenakis, built the multimedia art work for a Philips exhibit at the 1958 World's Fair in Belgium (the first major exposition since the 1939 New York World's Fair), incorporating this commissioned music of Varèse. From the notes:
The technology available to Varèse at the time he created Poème Électronique was out of reach for most of his life (image 4), forcing him to realize his unique vision through conventional instruments. When early electronic instruments became available, Varèse was quick to use it towards his goal of "organized sound."