1. Never bored in the Ward.


    from Gabin Cortez Chance / Added

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    a video inspired by "Ward No. 6" by Anton Chekhov

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      practica, bangock

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      • No.Project


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        • NO. Rocket Roll


          from Benoit Salin / Added

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          Directed, shot and edited by Benoit Salin 2014

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          • ATC regional gathering 2014


            from Nitanis Desjarlais / Added

            The 2014 regional gathering was hosted for the first time in Fort Mcmurray No.468 by beautiful Indian beach. The Athabasca Tribal Council represents the interests of five First Nations of North Eastern Alberta. The Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, Chipewyan Prairie First Nation, Fort McKay First Nation, Fort McMurray No. 468 First Nation, and Mikisew Cree First Nation are comprised of more than 5,000 Cree and Dene people.

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            • Control Module No. 1


              from Nick Vyssotsky / Added

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              Video documentation of a Nowhere Zone project at Devil in Baltimore, MD. From the press release: "The primary piece consists of an object meant to reproduce the lights of a squad car, flanked on either side by the U.S. and Maryland state flags, which are present to exhibit the authority and principles of the object they accompany. On the walls surrounding this will be several digital prints mounted on wood panels illustrating different graphic configurations of the environment created by CM#1. “It’s common in Baltimore for squad cars to leave their back lights on at all times, insinuating a situation of permanent emergency. On a scale of 1 to 10 in terms of ‘activity’ this places all squad cars participating in this action at around five. Generally the use of police lights on squad cars is meant to be a reaction to some type of insurgent action. However, in this quite common situation, the action/reaction chain seems to be inverted, with the action potentially not existing at all, and the cop reaction existing constantly. In a war culture such as ours where the concept of the preemptive strike is the norm, this inversion is completely unsurprising. It is possible to assume then that perhaps the purpose of the cop lights in this situation no longer exists in its original reactive ‘WARNING’ context, but rather in the context of an active ‘THREAT’ to those in the vicinity of the squad car, similar in use to the flashing blue lights of stationary 24/7 BELIEVE module, but now mobile and manned. What was, in the context of the 24/7 BELIEVE models, a somewhat passive suggestion of oppression becomes an overactive, overtly oppressive situation.” Cops do a good job of arguing against your case, alienating you from your own actions. One might reinforce the fact that we don’t know our own rights, and refuse to provide further information. There are people who will make your life a living hell just so that they can feel like they did their job at the end of the night. Like a student who just gets the assignment done for the sake of completion, with no learning curve. “You don’t even live here.” “Even if you could do something, you wouldn’t spend the time making a police officer’s job a living hell.” We’ve all had our experiences. There’s nothing like seeing your shadow swimming against the wall in a barrage of cyan and magenta. You look across the street and maybe there’s some guy sitting on the curb handcuffed, maybe a squad car is just trying to skip a red light. Patrols that make us uneasy in the evening walk home; an empty crashed car and the homeless sleeping. So how do we proceed? This Control Module becomes a way to engage in a phenomenon largely associated with paranoia and oppression. Together with more conventional components of CM #1 – prints, flags, sculpture – you are invited to engage in one isolated aspect of a spectacular oppressive system (the lights of a squad car). Nowhere Zone is an ongoing project by Baltimore-based artist Nick Vyssotsky. The project explores and documents phenomena existing in public space, exhibited as an image blog as well as a series of publications. These images attempt to capture moments of what Jill Stoner calls “…indeterminate state(s) that (are) the passage from striated to smooth, from closed system to open space.” Video documentation shot by Johnny Rogers (http://www.geojedi.org/)

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              • Life Through My Eyes


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                My First Video!!

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                • no. - "Noceur"


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                  ''(n.) one who sleeps late or not at all; or, one who stays out late to revel or party'' no. "Noceur" Eftal DİRLİK

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                  • Allegro of Defense


                    from Tanya Fetzer / Added

                    Animation inspired by the era of silent films. This was created with Beethoven's Symphony No. 5, hand-drawn in Adobe Flash CS4, while blur and compilation of files was done in After Effects CS4. The project was for my Visual Styles and Techniques course.

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                    • AY NO.


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                      AY SI

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