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January 3, 2013
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This video/audio is a senior art project I made during my final year in college as an undergraduate. It was shown at the University Art Museum in Lafayette, LA. My artist statement for the piece is as follows:

"My work represents a constant state of change and the continual struggles of coming to terms with loss and uncertainty. Through a stream of consciousness, the cycle of life, death, and rebirth is expressed using the five universal elements. Spirituality, the fifth and otherworldly element, becomes manifest through both sound and motion imagery. Audio and video are used in harmony to signify flux and the myriad of emotions during a time of transition. " -Blair Bernard


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Note: For optimal experience, please use good speakers or headphones. I worked just as hard on organizing the sound design as I did shooting/editing the video itself.



Equipment Credits:
Avid Pro Tools (with electronic keyboard)
Propellerhead Reason
Final Cut Pro
CANON Vixia mini-DV camcorder
M-AUDIO recorder

Thank you for viewing! I will try to reupload a better quality version (with minimal pixelation; my deepest apologies).
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DougOrama Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's pretty cool. Especially the parts with the worm, and the water and cloud stuff. I have a Canon Vixia mini-DV that I haven't picked up in about two years, and just got a DSLR with HD video, but totally have lacked the inspiration to do anything with it. I definitely could use some tips on video editing.
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blairsy Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thanks for taking the time to check out my video piece, Dougo-- It really means a lot to me when people view this work. It took a lot of time. If you need any tips on video editing, let me know, anytime! Final Cut Pro is the only editing software I've been able to use without any hassle-- the interface is pretty user-friendly and makes editing video footage pretty easy. (Not sure if there's a comparable version for PCs, though.)
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