The Videographic Essay: Practice and Pedagogy

Multiscreen Composition

Videographic work allows multiple sources to "talk to one another," so with this exercise, we asked participants to use a multi-screen process to construct a ‘response’ to one of the exercises produced by another member of the workshop. That is, they were to use their chosen film and integrate it with clips from one or more exercises produced by other participants. The video had to contain moments of both full-screen and multi-screen, including images from the film(s) to which the participant was responding. All audio and visuals had to come from the maker’s chosen texts, peers’ exercises or the objects chosen by other workshop participants.

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