For this piece I originally conceptualized having this art space come alive. The cluttered desk would begin to clean itself; during this action the tools of making art would come into conflict with the actual pieces of art. While trying to clean off the desk, the tools would attempt to discard certain drawings and paintings. It would be in this way that the drawings would become animated and attempt to fight back. The relationship between the process and the product of â€śmaking artâ€? is what I wanted to convey. Which one is more valid? Does art belong to anyone or any thing after it is made? Does it belong to itself? Where do the artist and the consumer belong in this relationship?
I am happy with the musical score. The rhythm and beat fit nicely into the movements on screen. The tempo is fast paced which reflects the cluttered environment and the mood of â€śtrying to clean upâ€? a space which seems so chaotic.
All in all this piece is a very rustic and under finished introduction to this idea. I wasnâ€™t prepared for the actual time that was needed to produce a film that reflected these notions. I consider this to be but an prologue to my final project.