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Project 1 Walking Home 2

Lin Chenyue

Monday, Apr 18, 2016 - 11:21:36 am

@ lin

Video Link:  https://vimeo.com/163204986

Honestly, I wasn’t familiar with video editing at all so this project was quite challenging for me…but here was my concept:

Following up part one of the project of home being a feeling rather than a place, I created a narrative between the protagonist aka me, and a cat(my pet/friend back in home)

It was like letters from protagonist, Read more →

Tags: 4D | home
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Walking Home 2

Charmaine Villamin

Monday, Apr 18, 2016 - 11:20:44 am

@ Charmaine Villamin

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Walking Home 2

Matthew Ong

Sunday, Apr 17, 2016 - 05:14:19 pm

@ Eureka!

Task 2

Building on the idea from Task 1, create a piece of moving image work not lasting more than 5 mins. Explore how sound can be used to enhance your story-telling.

Walking Home

Video w text

https://vimeo.com/153896178

For this work I want to show how I feel each time I go back home. The video starts of with me texting my mum and she Read more →

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Project 1: Walking Home 2

Leon Tai

Sunday, Apr 17, 2016 - 03:27:16 pm

@ Leon Tai

https://vimeo.com/163133209

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Walking Home - 4D Project I (Part 2)

Joan

Sunday, Apr 17, 2016 - 12:13:29 am

@ Joan

https://vimeo.com/155384632

“Dis Comfort” is an exploration of the comforts and discomforts within one’s home. Through the emphasis of sound and visuals, this video brings the the viewers through a day living in my home. The switching of scenes show the constant disturbances of construction sites and the lack of privacy in the day, amongst other common “comfortable” sounds (birds chirping, wind chimes, Read more →

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Walking Home II

Kaywerlyn

Thursday, Apr 14, 2016 - 04:45:12 pm

@ /kaywerlyn

Home: As a form of an object

Video: Image and sound

Having grown up hearing my mum in the kitchen cooking, the sound of chopping, slicing, sizzling meat etc has now become something familiar. After 21 years I have already formed an attachment to this sound and just hearing it from the kitchen makes me feel warm and homely. Likewise, something feels amiss Read more →

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Project 1 Walking Home 2

Dan Ng

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2016 - 05:12:37 pm

@ Dan

https://vimeo.com/154021722

Password: walkinghome

Title: Tell Me You Love Me

Medium: Video

Work description: When it comes to task 2, I decided to change the concept of my home. I decided to explore something more intimate to me. Hence, I focused the project direction to the in-depth relationship with my parents instead. Parents is an interesting idea to explore because it connects people. We all have Read more →

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4D2 Project 1: RE: SEARCHING (Re-upload)

Lu Jia Xian

Monday, Feb 15, 2016 - 02:02:19 pm

@ JayAxe

So apparently I’m an idiot and I forgot to press “Publish” on my earlier draft of this post

So here’s a very late submission of sorts

A Continuation of Project 1 Task 1, using the same images.

WHAT IS HOME?

An exploration of the infinite facets of what home can be; RE:SEARCHING as a title not only refers to the topic of SEARCHING as Read more →

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Walking Home - Research and Final

Viency Lee

Sunday, Feb 14, 2016 - 07:08:09 pm

@ viency

Title of the work: Story.

Medium: Photographic Narrative, Stop Motion

Work description: 

“Whenever you read a good book, somewhere in the world a door opens to allow in more light. – Vera Nezarin.”

Home has different meanings for everyone just like no two homes are exactly the same. To me, home is a comfortable sphere of relaxation. I tend to find solace in reading, an activity Read more →

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Lum Renee: (Part 2) Home, As We Know It

APPLEBELOVED

Thursday, Feb 04, 2016 - 05:44:19 pm

@ AppleBeloved

This project was an ambitious one for me.

I always had this need to express the crazy things I’d imagined of, but am more than often held back by fear of judgement. But through a long series of events last December, I realised that this fear was as if I was punishing myself before others could decide if they actually want Read more →

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