1. A video remix of portraits recorded in The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, an interactive and collaborative installation between filmmaker Donald Harrison (7cylinders.com) and artist Tyree Guyton (heidelberg.org), as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art's (umma.umich.edu) Many Voices project.

    Participants were invited to peer into the booth set-up at the last Shadow Art Fair (shadowartfair.com) on July 20, 2013. Their portraits were captured on a green screen panel and mixed in real-time with chroma key VJ effects and footage from The Heidelberg Project in Detroit. Each person was able to interact with their own face transforming in unexpected ways as they watched a live feed on a video monitor in the booth. This piece represents edited highlights of what participants saw. The music track titled "Last Shadow" is provided courtesy of The Auto-Marionettes.

    With The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, Harrison is collecting more than 100 permission-granted video portraits to include in a short video work that will be included in the Many Voices collection at UMMA, inspired by Tyree Guyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs".

    Included in the Video: Carl Greene, Ann Hernandez, Adrienne Wilson, Nick Ebinger, Tegwyn John, Jessica, Javan Makhmali, Risa Gotlib, Brad Wicklund, Keith Ewing, Jeremy Friedland, Chris Sandon, Olivia May, Kelly Goodman, Reed Fannin, Patti Smith, JP Obley, Kyle Donnellon, Jimmy Morris, Tillman Thoburn, Jim Leija, Onna Solomon, Lev Solomon, Charlie Garza, Zander Davis, Tom Bray, Kristin Sumrall, Cre Fuller, Barbara Johnson, Jason Wright, Fiona McMahon, Gordon Ebbitt, Janice Hendrick, Grace Heard, Jocelyn Gotlib, Morgan Daniels, Shannon Riffe, Meredith Kahn, Emily Puckett Rodgers, Phoebe Baker, Adam Goodman, Peter Baker, Chris Tabaczka, Kathleen Ivanoff, Patrick Dunn, Jeremy Wheeler, Lucy Cahill, Maria Feldman, Mary Ann Camron, Gary Freeman, Jennifer White, Joseph Perrotta, Cassie Walck, Elizabeth Curran, Rio Vetter, Maurice Thomas, Marty Fischoff, Rochelle Beyeler, David Arnold, Janardhan Kodavasal, Melissa Dettloff, Kirsten Olson, Molly Mast, Timothy Furstnau, Jennifer Albaum, Mark Maynard.

    Photos of The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth are available here:
    flickr.com/photos/93155304@N02/sets/72157633972091691/with/9319337051/

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  2. Faces recorded in The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, an interactive and collaborative installation between filmmaker Donald Harrison (7cylinders.com) and artist Tyree Guyton (heidelberg.org), as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art's (umma.umich.edu) Many Voices project. Participants were invited to peer into the booth set-up at Roos Roast (roosroast.com) on June 23, 2013. Using a green screen and chroma key VJ effects mixed with footage from The Heidelberg Project in Detroit, each person watched their face transform unexpectedly in real-time on a video monitor. This piece represents a short, edited sample of what participants might have seen. The music track is provided courtesy of The Auto-Marionettes.

    With The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, Harrison is collecting more than 100 permission-granted video portraits to include in a short video work that will be included in the Many Voices collection at UMMA, inspired by Tyree Guyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs".

    Included in the Video (in order of appearance): Tom Rosenbaum, Molly Cleary, Meghan Cleary, Greg Webster, Gerald Rush, Kim Jaffee, Marie Prusinski Toft, Sharad K. Patel, Griffin Johnson

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  3. Faces recorded in The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, an interactive and collaborative installation between filmmaker Donald Harrison (7 Cylinders Studio) and artist Tyree Guyton (The Heidelberg Project), as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)'s Many Voices project. Participants were invited to peer into the booth during The Heidelberg Project's Family Fun Day in Detroit on June 23, 2013. Using a green screen and real-time chroma key VJ effects, each person watched their face transforming in unexpected ways on a video monitor. This piece represents a short, edited sample of what participants might have seen, mixed with music and additional footage from The Heidelberg Project. The music track is "Look at all the Smiling Faces" by Shigeto, provided courtesy of community license by Ghostly International.

    With The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, Harrison is collecting more than 100 permission-granted video portraits to include in a short video work that will be included in the Many Voices collection at UMMA, inspired by Tyree Guyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs".

    Included in the Video (hopefully in order of appearance - send corrections to donald[at]7cylinders.com):
    A) Chase Ben-Ezra; B) Koby Ben-Ezra; C) Reese Ben-Ezra; D) Ryan Goodman; E) Sam Goodman; F) Kim Goodman; G) Reg Flowers; H) Brooke Bass; Steve Ben-Ezra; Lalena Raymond Stevens; Leslie Raymond; Jason Stevens; J) Maximo Garcia; K) Amanda Schiavone; Susie Baity; L) Jillian Langlois; M) Andrew Edmonds; Gary Schwartz; N) Dominique Brown; O) Serenity Brown; P) Ryane Brown; Q) Mica Taylor; R) Joyce Woodiwiss; S) Bryon Richard Tackett; T) Charmayn Hickman; U) Mark Huff; V) Delshawna Jones; Tyree Guyton; Donald Harrison; X) Arthur Dennard; Y) Jamiella Davis; Z) Da'Jaih Hickman; A2) Marie Paxton; B2) Stacy Phipps; C2) Danielle Hassan; D2) Deborah LaViolette; E2) Erik Martinez; F2) Luis Herrera; G2) Delchris Jones; H2) Ayden Lehto; J2) Kelly Darke; L2) Jessyca Cocciolone

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  4. This video reflects a collaboration between between filmmaker Donald Harrison and The Heidelberg Project in Detroit, as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art (UMMA)'s Many Voices project.

    Inspired by Tyree Gyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs" at UMMA, Harrison recorded more than 100 interactive video portraits for this piece. These were captured through a unique mechanism – The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth – which Harrison designed and built with maker Robert Marshall. The booth captured people's faces on a green screen, interacting in real-time with digital effects and images from The Heidelberg Project.

    CREDITS:
    Camera, editing, effects, music, writing – Donald Harrison
    Music remix & audio mastering – Justin Dykhouse
    Main voices – Rocket Neiburger & Rowan Tucker-Meyer
    Additional voices – Shane Meria, Dallas Meria, Aliyah Maxwell, Priscilla Du
    The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth built by – Robert Marshall
    In order of appearance:
    Luis Herrera, Sam Goodman, Deborah LaViolette, Kim Goodman, Ryane Brown, Jim Leija, Kelly Darke, Molly Cleary, Dominique Brown, Reed Fannin, Ann Hernandez, Delchris Jones, Tom Rosenbaum, Koby Ben-Ezra, Jocelyn Gotlib, Da'Jaih Hickman, Serenity Brown, Andrew Edmonds, Rio Vetter, Erik Martinez, Jamiella Davis, Meghan Cleary, Maurice Thomas, Maria Feldman, Nick Ebinger, Patti Smith, Adrienne Wilson, Jennifer White, Adam Goodman, Ayden Lehto, Brad Wicklund, Joyce Woodiwiss, Janardhan Kodavasal, Javan Makmali, Charmayn Hickman, Patrick Dunn, Melissa Detloff, Griffin Johnson, Peter Baker, Onna Solomon, Gary Schwartz, Marty Fischhoff, Tim Furstnau, Meredith Kahn, Arthur Dennard, Jen Proctor, Arlo, Lev Solomon, Gerald Rush

    Special thanks
    826Michigan
    Lisa Borgsdorf
    Tom Bray
    Tyree Guyton
    Olivia May
    Sharad Patel
    John Roos
    Amanda Sansoterra
    Martin Thoburn
    Jenenne Whitfield

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Portrait Remixes from The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth

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This channel contains video portraits created in The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, an interactive and collaborative installation between filmmaker Donald Harrison (7cylinders.com) and artist Tyree Guyton (heidelberg.org), as part of the…


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This channel contains video portraits created in The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, an interactive and collaborative installation between filmmaker Donald Harrison (7cylinders.com) and artist Tyree Guyton (heidelberg.org), as part of the University of Michigan Museum of Art's (umma.umich.edu) Many Voices project.

Participants were invited to peer into a colorful 4x4x6 booth, which was set-up at various locations in Southeast Michigan. Their portraits were captured on a green screen panel and mixed in real-time with chroma key VJ effects and footage from The Heidelberg Project in Detroit. Each person was able to interact with their own face transforming in unexpected ways as they watched a live feed on a video monitor in the booth. The videos on this channel are remixed from samples of what participants saw.

With The Heidelberg Project Mobile Photo Video Booth, Harrison is collecting more than 100 permission-granted video portraits for a short video art work that will be included in the Many Voices collection at UMMA, inspired by Tyree Guyton's painting titled "Ups and Downs". For more information about the Many Voices project, and to see other videos, visit: Videos for UMMA Many Voices 2013

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