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Kaleidoscopic Revervie

PROJECT STATEMENT Prismatic flares surge his mind's  Rivers; obscuring hellish Memoirs with gallant veneer. Real war, his war: at war.  Kaleidoscopic Reverie explores the inner turmoil of a returned soldier as, erratically, he reminisces on his experiences in the war. The fast-paced rhythm of the piece reflects the rapidly chopping and changing rhythm of his memories, … Continue reading Kaleidoscopic Revervie

Working With Film (is hard)

If I have learnt anything during the last week, it is that working with film is hard. After distressing my film celluloids (see here) I eagerly awaited the moment when I got to see them on the big screen. However, they were an epic fail. The paint was not opaque enough to allow light through … Continue reading Working With Film (is hard)

Working with film

"Cinema is not a craft. It is an art." - Jean-Luc Godard, French-Swiss film director, screenwriter and film critic.  For my first MEDA201 project, I am to work with 16mm film to comprise a work based on the theme of "Rhythm". A task which seems simple enough until you realise just how hard it is … Continue reading Working with film

World War H

"Each successfully exploited target is theoretically useful as a means to infiltrating another possible target." - source In the beginning, we fought our wars with spears and swords, and then, with guns and grenades, and now with keyboards and codes. It is widely believed that our next world war will be that of a Cyberwar … Continue reading World War H

Where I’m From

Project Statement Using Lyon's poem, and the Lumiere Rules as a basis, my project explores the metaphysical notions of where I'm from. Using a non-linear sequence, ambiguity is paired with concrete images, reflecting my poem's theme - that 'home' is more than just a place. I found that the juxtaposition of nature and urban settings was … Continue reading Where I’m From