Subject 3: Blue Film


I’ve decided to create a version of the storyboard film in blue in order to experiment with using a colour tint on my work. I’m putting it on DVD so I can see what image will look like on the tv set.










































Subject 3: Top 5 Documentation

  1. Start of Video
    First attempt at creating a video using the clips I had previously shot
  2. Colour
    Using colour to change the mood of the work
  3. The TelevisionDSCN2303
    Finding the TV to exhibit my work
  4. Full Storyboard Video
    First full video
  5. Video on TV
    Looking at how the video would look as a video installation

Subject 3: Top 5 Contextualisation

  1. Tate: Desire Unbound
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    Artists who use the body as a basis of their work, encorporating elements of sexuality; voyeurism and portraiture.
  2.  Women’s Cinema 
    How the book ‘Women’s Cinema: The contested Screen’ by Alison Butler has influenced the way I choose to shoot my work as a female video artist
  3. Allana Clarke
    The work of Allana Clarke, video artist, who looks at sexuality and the female body.
  4. Parris Mayhew
    How Parris Mayhew’s directorial and editing style have influenced my own style of layering transparencies in my editing
  5. Television installation art
    Artists who have chosen to show their film work as a video installtion.

Subject 3: Television Installation Art

I’ve been looking in to the way in which my art will be displayed now that I’ve found the perfect television. Some artists who have displayed video with televisions are as follows:

Bruce Nauman



Live-Taped Video Corridor features two stacked television monitors at its far end, both linked to a camera mounted at the corridor’s entrance: the top monitor plays live feed from the camera, while the bottom monitor plays pretaped footage of the empty passageway from the identical angle. Walking down the corridor, one views oneself from behind in the top monitor, diminishing in size as one gets closer to it. The camera’s wide-angle lens heightens one’s disorientation by making the rate of one’s movement appear somewhat sped up. Meanwhile, the participant is entirely, and uncannily, absent from the lower monitor. The overall result is an unsettling self-conscious experience of doubling and displacement.

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Victor Ivanovsky




Dennis Oppenheim


“In Recall I’m using turpentine as a device to activate the memory, past experiences when the smell occurred. The material is actually inhaled- I stuffed cotton saturated with turpentine into my nose, and like a drug, it induced an alteration of a past region in which the smell prevailed, and I verbalize in a kind of rambling stream of consciousness monologue.”

Recall 1974
William Anastasi


Subject 3: Storyboard video on TV

This is an idea of what the video will look like on the tv. There are areas where I’d still like to edit the video (there is a clip mid-way through I’d like to speed up slightly) as well as changing up the contrast on certain clips in order to make it look most effective on the TV. The TV will also be shown on a pedestal in the exhibition in order to have it closer to eye level.

Subject 3: Testing Storyboard Video on TV


After testing the images I’m going to film the video so I’m able to have it playing whilst I edit it in order for it to show as clear as possible on the tv.

Subject 3: Storyboard video

Here is the video I created alongside the storyboard. This is the video I’ll be using to test out the way the final video will look on the tv so I can see if things such as lighting or contrast need changing.