I made “Do I Exist??” now I’ve made “Do I Exist?”. Totally different question. In this second installation, I removed the filters I used because I wanted to take away the separation between audience and viewer. I’m very pleased with how it came out. I still was unable to prove to myself that I exist, but I had a lot more fun trying with this attempt, which is why I’d say it was successful.
Do I Exist is my 4D Fundamentals final project Part One. Part Two is forthcoming. My goal was to create an audio-video scrapbook which provides a short essay response to the question, “Do I Exist??”. The goal was to convince myself of it, and I’m not sure I succeeded.
This was a very big scale project compared to my previous school work. Our assignment was to create a shrine to a found object. I chose a Fender guitar pic, which in my imaginary land saved humanity with the power of music. I made elements of this with ceramics (lil vases inside), wood (general structure), welding and fabric (roof), and acrylic. It was really fun to make this tiny world.
It’s not really found footage haha, thats just what we called the project. I teamed up with my friend Mozna and we made this video for class. It’s about surveillance, perspective, technology, and storytelling. Hope ya like it!
Starrin Emma! Heres my first lil lookbook movie, I love the edit and the song and the filter, I’m just lovin it.
This is the final cut of my video project, I edited it further and am really happy with how I refined it.
This is a project for Art Theory, I had some of my friends trace a portrait of Andy. I’m talking about repetition, mass creation, multiple interpretations. It was fun to see how this came together.
This was a fun side project for me throughout the Summer, one video from June, and July, and August. I didn’t plan them but let them happen throughout the season. I love the story they tell.