Tag: 4d

Is this burning an ETERNAL FRAME?

|| The Eternal Frame (1975) is a videotaped reenactment of the assassinated of John F. Kennedy’s assassination by Antfarm which seeks to draw attention to the power of the mediated image.   Antfarm is a collective of radical artists founded in San Francisco in 1968 by Chip Lord and Doug Michels (1943-2003) that sought to rebel against the conformative style… Read more →

Entry #02: Story about a Thing

For our second project for Foundation 4D I: Story about a Thing, we are supposed to choose… well, a THING as a theme and create a visual narrative surrounding it using sequential images. In class, we also learned about narrative structure and story-telling techniques using images such as scene-to-scene and action-to-action closure to fill in the blood in the gutter.… Read more →

Entry #01: The Disappearance of Moonling

Composition techniques: Rule of thirds Leading lines Strong diagonals Point of view Framing Simplify Depth of field Strong foreground Fill frame Active space   My attempt for class activity:   || Strong diagonals, active space ||   Project 1 research:   If I suddenly disappeared while doing my everyday chores, what would the world look like without me in that… Read more →

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