(originally need in 2011, but today YouTube gives you a page of all my playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/librlart/playlists ) To my dismay, I just realized there isn’t a way to display all of a YouTube Channel’s playlists to the public, only to the owner of the channel. Forthwith, a listing of the playlists I’ve posted there: ‘Turned […]
As assistant curator, I helped to organize this group art show on November 22, 2009, and showed my recent Ecstasy Unveiled video collages at the show. View more photos from the “Inspirecation 001” group show at the Hollywood Woman’s Club: Inspirecation 001 Group Show Photos (Facebook Public Photo Gallery) Yes, I know. It’s the “Women’s […]
Gary L. Coleman remixed and rescored my footage from my “Hollywood In The Dark” video, inserting some rather dark and psychedelic visuals into it as well.
OK, this has taken forever to get to because these are the most complex assortment of clips I’ve shot. Furthermore, after I shot them, I was told people didn’t want them posted because it was a personal and private ceremony. Well, with some regrets, I can’t help myself. I also haven’t figured out the best […]
Well, this proves that without much activity happening when you shoot video, you might as well be shooting stills. As I assembled the video clips, I began to realize that the lens and tripod were distorting the images so they didn’t fit together. I could actually skew the video itself, which would probably take forever […]
Some new video collages here. These were shot at the beautiful Japanese Garden next to the (ugh!) DWP water reclamation plant in Balboa Park in Van Nuys. The first is more of an experimental mandala-esque view of the brook. Running Brook 1 The second is just a longer view of the brook in a simpler […]
This video collage was shot at the MASH TV filming site north of Malibu. Long before the fires were a gleam in DWP’s eye. To view this effectively in YouTube, you need to drag your browser window very wide – wider than your monitor – and scroll back and forth or move the window to […]
YouTube blocks that video so you can watch the original 35MB flash version here This clip has not yet been rated. A therapist I know assured me this concludes that I’m certifiable. In reference to the work, I’d like to quote Steven Soderbergh’s film, Sex, Lies, and Videotape; “All I could think about this past […]
This recent Chanel clip uses the multiple cubist viewpoints to masterful effect: I’d like to think I’m the only person onto this concept, but I just discovered that Imaginary Forces and Kohn Pederson Fox have had a similar idea with this Morgan Stanley Building in NYC.
My current creative investigation relates to what I call “video cubism,” although so far my efforts are really just panoramic video collages, and the cubist aspect hasn’t been fully investigated. In theory, however, they are sort of a cubist approach to video. This approach compresses and fragments both the time and sound content, which is […]