Final project final product

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Here is the final “photo slideshow” video that we did at Belamuhely’s conductor game, using a mix of photo and audio to look at how people interact with sound:

Here is an excerpt from our essay that explains how we went about the project:

            In a sense, the mixed media allowed us to breach boundaries of the documentarist and expressionist approach as described by Edwards (1997). Barthes (1984), in his quest for meaning inside photography looks for a punctum, a unique  “prick”, a certain “accident” in the portrayed image which moves the observer. In our project, there is nothing like that. While one might look for a punctum thread in a group of photographs, this would require the viewer to have control over the time they have with the photograph. This is not the case with our project since the photos have been combined into a video format…

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