Color determines mood. I have never noticed that the overall style of a film is determined by two colors. After analyzing this video, I suddenly realized the huge difference that different colors bring to the audience.
Clearly explains the differences between different clips. As a beginner in video editing, it is necessary to distinguish the different editing techniques. For example: Jump cut, L cut, J cut…
Very useful shooting technique. I think it can increase the variety of video transitions. Especially in travel videos.
These clips are great. The composition and color are perfect. I think I can use them in the video clip if I need to, as the connection and transition of the video.
A speculative, fantastical vision of historical figures and events, Tourmaline’s Salacia follows Mary Jones, a Black trans woman and sex worker who lived in New York in the 1830s. Jones navigates brutal systems of racism and transphobia, including incarceration at Castle Williams, located on present-day Governors Island. Meditating on the intergenerational trauma of displacement, Tourmaline imagines Jones within the free Black landowning community Seneca Village, and foreshadows the village’s destruction through eminent domain to build Central Park.
Originally commissioned for the Brooklyn Museum’s 2019 exhibition Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall, Tourmaline’s film connects the past to the present. Footage from 1995 of trans activist Sylvia Rivera decrying the imminent destruction of an encampment housing her and other unhoused LGBTQ+ people along the Hudson River underscores the continued violence of gentrification and displacement.
See Salacia in full as part of our Art on the Stoop: Sunset Screenings series, showing each Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday through October 11, starting at 6pm.
Tourmaline (born Boston, Massachusetts, 1983) Salacia, 2019 [Excerpt]. Single-channel video (color, sound): 6 min., 4 sec. Written, directed, and produced by Tourmaline. Brooklyn Museum; Co-commissioned by the Brooklyn Museum and High Line Art, presented on the High Line by Friends of the High Line and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation, and gift of the artist with support from the Mary Smith Dorward Fund 2019.39
White Hole - Toshio Matsumoto - 1979 - Japan (6 min)
Arthur Jafa’s epic akingdoncomethas (2018) is composed of a series of clips, sourced from the internet, of bishops delivering sermons as well as singers and choirs performing gospel songs for their respective congregations. Through editing, Jafa isolates recurring narratives and performative gestures, and his sequencing gives a sense of the ethics and aesthetics of the Black Christian church. In one extended passage, the video shifts to footage from the 2017 California wildfires, scored with the undulation of voices, slow-build tempo, and wails of gospel and testimonial song. From these devastating fires to the crises of life and faith shared throughout akingdoncomethas, Black Christian belief and its attendant culture swells as a powerful and lyrical form of healing, connection, and perseverance.
Watch Jafa’s full-length video as part of our Art on the Stoop: Sunset Screenings series, showing each Friday and Saturday through October 10, starting at 6pm.
Arthur Jafa (American, born 1960). akingdoncomethas, 2018. [Excerpt] Video, color, sound, 1 hour 41 minutes Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Contemporary Art Committee and William K. Jacobs, Jr. Fund, 2018.22. © artist or artist’s estate
📹 Video Art
“Ni inocentes ni culpables corazones que destroza el temporal,
carnes de cañón,
no soy yo ni tú ni nadie,
son los dedos miserables que le dan
cuerda a mi reloj.
El agua apaga el fuego
y al ardor los años,
amor se llama el juego
en el que un par de ciegos juegan a hacerse daño,y cada vez peor
y cada vez más rotos,
y cada vez más tú
y cada vez más yo
sin rastro de nosotros.”
The Game ❣
Arte Arte Video
Art Video Art 📹
Art Work My ArtWork
Ⓜ️arcelo Rubéns Balboa Art ®️
Video letter - Goodbye (2019): Produced, directed, edited and starring by Brenda Pinheiro
Composição em formato de vídeo-carta com foco na despedida de um sentimento que mantém resquícios.
Right on time.
- Video by Zashnain | Salak Tinggi, Malaysia.