A short film about street art in Melbourne
Video Arts, Editing, Graffiti
- Graph meA short film I produced at RMIT about street art in Melbourne
Graphically is an audiovisual installation, shown at Design Hub Gallery in November 2009 for my final year major project for RMIT. It uses video projection mapping to explore new ways of using digital media and to create new design solutions.
Incorporating architecture as a means for presentation, and as a way of anchoring and recontextualising visual data, video images are collocated over two pyramids positioned on a wall. Each side of the two pyramids simultaneously lights up with video textures, which follow an abstract narrative. The piece starts at a slow pace, the unfurling images suggesting a liquid form. As the piece builds momentum, the textures mapped on the triangles transform. These contrasting substances create new correlations between sound and image.
An exploration into alternative contexts for the moving image, Graphically includes both computer-generated and man-made visuals, thereby encouraging thought into the nature of the visual content and how it is produced.
Visual and design: Hannah Gibson
Sound design: Chris VikVideo Arts, Installation Design, Exhibition Design2011
Suggestive Space is an experimental audiovisual piece. It was shot in the streets of Melbourne and was produced as a second year project at RMIT. The aim behind the project was to create the visuals in response to sound and further, to look into different ways of producing the visuals. Obviously there could be improvements made here, such as better motion tracking.
For the types of images and animation I used a combination of Quartz Composer (visual programming language for mac), and After Effects and illustrator.
Sound design by Manav SatijaVideo Arts, Motion Graphics, Sound Design2011
Working Title is an opening title sequence produced for RMIT graduate screening at ACMI 2009. It was planned, shot and edited in 3 days. The visual idea was to make it look like work in progress and to represent all students with diverse working tools and methods.
In collaboration with Alex Power. Sound design by Chris Vik.Video Arts, Motion Graphics, Multimedia2011