I actually can't take any credit for the video portion of this piece. This was another collaborative project from college. I did the sound score using protools, and the video was done by CU professor Jay Gluckstern. (I hope he doesn't mind me uploading the video to vimeo) The video and sound score was then used as a backdrop for two dancers from the dance school. Unfortunately I don't have any footage of the dance.

The collaborative process was really cool because it was done in a round robin format. There were three sections(past, present, future)- The first round we all did one section independently (ex:I did the past, the dancers did the present, and Jay did the future). Then we would share what we did before creating the next segment; so the dancers gave me a video of their present dance for me to create the sound score for the present, I gave my sound score of the past to Jay for him to create a video for the past, etc.....

Also, I would like to note the technique that Jay was working with, because I thought it was a really cool idea. He was doing what he called "stereo camera". He set up two cameras a foot or two apart and filmed the same object, then in editing he layered the two images over one another and used a flicker filter to quickly flicker between them. The effect you get is a kind of parallax that gives the image some form of three dimensionality. Really cool idea if you ask me.

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