Appreciating Early Video Art

One type of early video art I want to look back on is video feedback, specifically Skip Sweeney’s Illuminatin’ Sweeney (1973). This type of imagery is created by pointing a camera at the screen to which it’s connected to, producing a loop of organic pattern. This method seems simple enough, yet the pulsating visual effectsContinue reading “Appreciating Early Video Art”

Stop-Motion: REMINISCENT

After completing my first stop motion video and stepping back a bit, I’ve seen how much this project has evolved. I originally had no concept or mood in mind when thinking about the imagery I wanted represent, yet this quickly changed when editing. I did not produce this video to invoke aesthetic pleasantries, but toContinue reading “Stop-Motion: REMINISCENT”

Time Map

On August 24, 2019 from 00:00 to 23:00 I conducted my project focusing on color, narrative, and of course time. At every hour I would associate a color with whatever I was experiencing in that moment, noting the changes in my mood and environment throughout the day. I would not describe myself as synesthetic, soContinue reading “Time Map”

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