FMX 463 HOME
MULTIMEDIA AND INSTALLATION ART
FMX 463-H • SPRING 2019 / CREDITS: 4.00
LOCATION: CASS 126 or Blackbox TIME: TR 3:00PM-5:50PM
INSTRUCTOR: Erica Isringhaus OFFICE: Cass Annex
OFFICE HOURS: TR 6:00-7:00 PM or by appointment
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Create an experimental video that fragments time, space, the source video and/or narrative. Create a video art piece through non-linear story-telling and experimental video techniques. Tell a story simultaneously, break it apart, make it strange. Consider the experience you want your viewers to have and play off of that emotion / memory / desire.
Create a fragmented / non-linear narration using a single or multiple video sources (i.e. files or recordings). This will be a single channel video and will be maximum of 2 minutes in length. You will communicate a non-linear narrative by fragmenting the video into a grid with minimum of 6 quadrants to use as your projection input/source.
Your project should include but is not limited to:
- Original source video – a fragmented video of a minimum 6 quadrants
- 1920×1080 res (should match projector specs)
- Maximum of 2 minutes
- Optional: Audio is not required but could enhance the work (must be original).
- Bring video file to Crit on a USB
On your blog:
- Project Proposal – Due Jan 29
- Artist Research Assignment – Jan 31st
- Process Posts (min. 3)
- Artist Statement – Due at critique
- final video documentation
See the resources page for tutorials, artists, and ideas
Project Proposal guidelines
- Three sketches For P1 create a thumbnail timeline (at least 3 scenes, beginning, middle, end)
- 2 paragraph description: what and why
- Materials list
- Fill your proposal with as much information as possible, treat it as if you were proposing this project to a gallery, residency, or city.
Artist research guidelines
- 2 paragraphs on the artist, a particular work, or body of work
- The artist’s artist statement (if one is no available, use a relevant interview)
- Attach an image of your favorite work of the artist
- See the list on the resources page for acceptable artists (for artists off that list please see instructor)
Artist Statement guidelines
- Minimum 2 Paragraphs
- Should be about why you made the work and your concept – not how you made it or what you made it with
- Can be written creatively to match the work, such as a poem.