[NetBehaviour] Digital Art and Design at Writtle School of Art.
marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon Feb 15 12:06:47 CET 2010
Hi Liz & other students at Writtle...
I was viewing your piece Splash, which I like. I was wondering how else
you could explore this work further, mainly because it seems to want to
be moving in some way. I was wondering if you could make this work more
dynamic yet keep the contradiction and stillness of the images...
It could be animated, or both - perhaps stop-motion or a net art work,
or both or either, or something else...
There are various ways in moving this piece, but perhaps it is also
important to remind yourself what the raw concept of the piece means to
you. Whenever I make an artwork it may change quite a lot during the
process making it, into something else, yet it can keep maintain its
integrity and spirit as well and work out to be better as well.
Remember, this is your work - so take my suggestions with a pinch of
salt but at least consider other options for exploration and possible
I like these words "controlled experiment with various items being
dropped from 30 inches." these words could be your guidelines and spirit
of your process of maing the work.
I noticed also that you have these tags slected chance, experimental,
performance, photography. These are also guidelines to keep (if you
wish), which act as guidance and structure or conceptual palette when
venturing the project further :-)
Here are some examples - they may not be directly relating to your
concept, but I think the methods themselves are interesting and they may
help in some way...
I'll start with an excellent work by Jess Loseby:
Take note of the sound...
Sweet stop-motion video of paintings on public spaces.
Thou God Seest Me: Some Gathered Thoughts for A Short Film About War.
Thomson & Craighead
"Just do it" project. We encourage anybody to use this video so that
your input becomes part of the project. Add your own content. Alter,
mix, slice, do whatever you like to this base video and send it back to
us.(Finished videos will be gathered and posted on the Corpus Collective
channel under FAVORITES) ... "Just Do It!" Best, -CC(EB-AR both sides
Not sure if any of this helps...
wishing you well.
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