A short two-channel video Ashley Wheeler produced in conjunction with her suitcase project.
Lisa Binnie’s Flipbook—an homage to Kristoffer Myskja’s piece Giving Back to the Resevoir. For more infomation on Myskja’s amazing kinetic works check out his website: http://www.kristoffermyskja.com. One of my favourites is his beautiful, but disgusting Smoking Machine.
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Taking cues from Krysztof Wodiczko’s Homeless Vehicle, Janie’s Art Cart holds everything an artist on the go needs: sleeping bag, lunch box, water proof tarp, beach umbrella, small drawing table, compartment for sketch books, specimen sifters and collection bins for more found objects.
Drawing inspiration from the expectations of an exchange student from Texas, Janie created this short stop motion as a test during Terry O’Neill’s workshop. O’Neill, an art director for CBC’s documentary unit, led students through a workshop on shooting video, editing in Final Cut Pro and working with stop-motion.
Excerpt from Jay Crews’ lightning video. Shot from the studio in the portable on Sunday May 29th, Gibraltar Point. For Lightning Safety Tips See: http://www.lightningsafety.com/nlsi_pls/lst.html
Maxyne's Site Specific
approaching from the bush view from the beach. 2 o’clock.
Maxyne's Suitcase Project
Non- Retinal Sketch Bark Binder Collect a series of like objects. Devise a system of organization. woven horsetail structure the process soak the horsetails in water for an hour or 2 cut plastic bags into 1” strips. Not them together. Make a ball stitch together with soft cotton yarn. Carefully. Paint on a re-cycled substrate surface Paint the surface in colours...
Jasmine's Suitcase Project →
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oh the weather outside is frightful!
11 minute clip from our sound walk with Wende.
The Suitcase Project
“Everything has a value, provided it appears at the right place at the right time. It’s a matter of recoginizing that value, that quality, and then to transform it into something that can be used. If you come across soemthing valuable and tuck it away in your metaphorical suitcase, there’s sure to come a moment when you can make use of it.” Jurgen Bey