This video was perhaps one of the most free-forming and psychologically stimulating projects I have done to date. My interests in technology, imaging and the way I interact with these things on a daily basis have a lot to do with the general shaping of this piece. Personally this piece describes my relationship with the camera and how my eye and the lens of my camera are in a constant tango with each other. I am the type of person who cannot leave the house without at least one camera on hand because there is something profoundly beautiful about capturing images of the mundane and having the aesthetics of the camera put a unique spin on it.
Overall this piece for me was more then a crafted exercise in editing and sound. I think the combination of bold imagery and a tactile audio track helps execute a broader message of our society and how we tend to engage with it in the current. This project was both rewarding and eye-opening (literally) when you pause to think how blurred the lines between the human visual experience and the technological experience really are.