13/10/14 21:25 Filed in: Contextual Research | Video
Another tweet, another something of interest – this time a video from the Denver Open Media Archive:
I’ve not watched it all, I’ve not got the time at the moment, but there was something at just over 3 minutes into the video that really struck a chord with me.
“…you can put a bunch of stuff on the air or in a record that are really not necessarily related to each other at all, put them in connection with one another and if there’s any way to do it, people will make a connection in their mind and they’ll make it have a meaning.”
Now, this is all fairly basic stuff, but it is probably something that forms a cornerstone of my work for the last couple of years. I’m not saying it always will, and it’s not been like that for all my work by any stretch of the imagination, but for the moment… I certainly like the way that images juxtapose with each other, like they did in A Forest and how words and images have been working together in one way or another during Game-on for Task 1 (I really need to rename this in line with my normal practice).