Mar 23 2006

Video Images From Dung Mummy Performance

Published by at 11:55 am under Art,Dung Mummy,Gratitude,Photography

When the organizers of Dung Mummy invited me to participate, I was told they would have a video projecter in the space and, if I chose to, I could provide them with video that they would project behind me as I performed. I’d never really had the opportunity to do this before, and the prospect was thrilling.

Over the course of several days, and in several locations in and around Long Beach, I shot video of water in a variety of settings. Moving water has always had a certain fascination to me, and also felt somehow appropriate for the gentle ebb and flow of the music I planned to do. Much of what I shot was taken at the Japanese Garden at CSULB. One bit was taken at the El Dorado Duck Pond. Another was taken at the beach.

Because posting and hosting streaming video of any quality is problematic, I decided to post some still images gleened from the video.

Here they are:

Juniper & Water

Koi Frenzy

Stick & Sand & Water

Birds Aloft

Green Rocks


3 responses so far

3 Responses to “Video Images From Dung Mummy Performance”

  1. shariamon 23 Mar 2006 at 12:10 pm

    I loved how the music was one with the imagery. Very Spiritual.


  2. Tomon 25 Mar 2006 at 11:02 pm

    i think you’re on to something there. not too damn shabby.

  3. Sander Roscoe Wolff » Dung Mummyon 30 Mar 2006 at 3:24 am

    […] The previous weekend I went to the park with my family and videotaped a number of things, mostly moving water in various settings. I created a 25 minute DVD that was projected during my performance. The room was dark, except for the glow of the projection, and the audience was attentive. I was focused on playing but, at one point, I looked up and saw everyone listening raptly. Some had their eyes closed, some were watching the projection, and some were watching me. […]

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