If I'm gonna be totally honest, usually experimental/abstract animation isn't my cup of tea. Mostly because whatever messages or themes they end up portraying end up being masked by wild visuals for their own sake, with no real substance behind them at face value, and at the end of the day I feel like I'm watching a movie about nothing.
This is not one of those times.
Despite the vagueness of everything that was going on, I found myself completely understanding all aspects of the segments pretty well; I was intrigued, I was entertained (BIG plus there), I was excited to see what was coming next, and at the same time I was never quite sure of what WAS to come next. This kind of stuff already looks like it's one-of-a-kind, double so given the whole anthology approach you went for with different portions being made by different artists. And through all of that, despite the underlying consistencies between your works, you're never quite sure what to expect with the next film. It doesn't come across as if it's going to be formulaic or predictable. And I admire that.
Thanks for the fun watch, it was well worth it and you earned yourself an extra follower for your troubles. Keep being awesome, guys; in this day and age with animation being such a fickle thing on the Internet, it's great that you're keeping up that streak. :)