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tracing the movement that the viewer cant see

WHEN I FEEL REALLY CRAZY

i just get on my broom and fly away

XXX

HYBRIDITY

SELFISHNESS

BALANCING REALITIES

SECRETIVE

WEIGHT

black springs

dance on film

gravel on skin

vibrating intestines

am i a helpless audience

texture of visual influenced by audio

video of nigeria with life in the trees and in different environments

her movements juxtapose the shots of exterior space

camera performance in placement *

performer confronts videographer and viewer

confronts the spectator…in the larger issues and picture of control of bodies /race and immigration not in a US context 

ABSORBS 

Jos 6 Olis 9

"if six was nine"

the use of subtitles is something im really curious about

does it always represent language barriers and efforts for better communication and is it always culturally charged or can i use it for the silence or the piece and the text more as poetry?

{      }  {      }  {      } multi channel video/ split screen

teens/ young with a sense of immaturity and restlessness that is ageless.

direct interaction or confrontation at times with camera and the view point.

childrens tale/ male sexuality > i feel like this is a really consistant theme > women story paired with make sex

images support text in through the accuracy of comparison and pattern 

ambiguous ages and senses of security 

sight unseen- whiteness and american visual culture

martin a berger

this book has actually had a of reflections of whiteness through more classical kinds of work… or traditional paintings. i haven’t found it extremely relevant to contemporary video and performance work,  still, to be responsible as a white visual artist i want to explore and find it interesting to examine race in american visual culture. how whiteness and internalized white supremacy informs not only visual work but the european american structure or creation.

this one is trying to kiss me

tracing the movement that the viewer cant see

WHEN I FEEL REALLY CRAZY

i just get on my broom and fly away

THE WITCHING HOUR

IS COMING

XXX

HYBRIDITY

SELFISHNESS

BALANCING REALITIES

SECRETIVE

WEIGHT

black springs

dance on film

gravel on skin

vibrating intestines

am i a helpless audience

texture of visual influenced by audio

video of nigeria with life in the trees and in different environments

her movements juxtapose the shots of exterior space

camera performance in placement *

performer confronts videographer and viewer

confronts the spectator…in the larger issues and picture of control of bodies /race and immigration not in a US context 

ABSORBS 

Jos 6 Olis 9

"if six was nine"

the use of subtitles is something im really curious about

does it always represent language barriers and efforts for better communication and is it always culturally charged or can i use it for the silence or the piece and the text more as poetry?

{      }  {      }  {      } multi channel video/ split screen

teens/ young with a sense of immaturity and restlessness that is ageless.

direct interaction or confrontation at times with camera and the view point.

childrens tale/ male sexuality > i feel like this is a really consistant theme > women story paired with make sex

images support text in through the accuracy of comparison and pattern 

ambiguous ages and senses of security 

sight unseen- whiteness and american visual culture

martin a berger

this book has actually had a of reflections of whiteness through more classical kinds of work… or traditional paintings. i haven’t found it extremely relevant to contemporary video and performance work,  still, to be responsible as a white visual artist i want to explore and find it interesting to examine race in american visual culture. how whiteness and internalized white supremacy informs not only visual work but the european american structure or creation.

this one is trying to kiss me

WHEN I FEEL REALLY CRAZY
THE WITCHING HOUR
XXX
black springs
Jos 6 Olis 9
sight unseen- whiteness and american visual culture

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