Basilica

Eka's visual diary

Tomorrow I am going to the field, my thoughts are far away from the topic Nana, bobe and me were researching and trying to visually represent during the VA class. So my post does not say anything new…

As our team described in the reflection paper the aim was to show the flow between the profane and the sacred in Basilica. An actual storyline was created during the editing. It was the most exciting part of the working process. By grouping pictures in a certain way we first “entered” into Basilica, then put together pictures of religious symbols, the service and people praying together along with the corresponding sounds (steps, chanting etc.) Then we continued this line by a “touristic part”: visitors along with sounds of camera clicks. The third part of our story ties these two dimensions together: St Stefan’s hand which represents sacred national symbol. By putting the…

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