Posts tagged: research
This example of Sonia Falcone’s work begins with a disorientating scene, as the video progresses the music becomes less harsh on the ear and the colours deepen. there is constant movement throughtout the projection. The burst of what look like fire and then turn to something which looks more like a star, to warm rosy red tones of what could possibly be a flower and then to graphic lines and cubes. This close up of moving images is something I want to capture in my videos.
Brian Knep is a New Media artist who works alongside science and technology. The work he makes vary in size from tiny, microscopic sculptures to large installtions. He currently lives and works in Boston and he is represented by Ronald Feldman Fine Arts New York.
His series of works Healing Pool were of particular interest. A six channel interactive video installation from 2008, which has custom patterns which tear apart as a person walks on them and rejoin as they move to another part of the installation. He explores the interface between interaction and integration. The patterns change in response to the viewer as does the colour. This notion that the viewer gets to change or recreate the piece is something I hope to establish in my work.
Dublin Contemporary 2011, Earlsfort Terrace
research for last video. depression/ hiding away.. confrontation.. facing a problem
The Raven directed by Ricardo de Montreui. A lot of action and movement in this film, from the beginning you can see continuity of editing. The shots are cut on movement so that the eye is drawn to the action in the film rather than the editing. Point of view shots and aerial shots.