memoryandmatter

fmp foundation

I got underway with the idea that memories are sometimes held to more value than possessions, I began to research and respond to artists and adapting their styles to fit my own project. I created fragmented images and experimented with semi-permanent type, and then started to research the human memory and its sub-divisions within. Next, I looked at the human memory/mind as a computer that stores ‘memory’ and picked up the idea of a glitch style effect. By now I knew I wanted to create a video that focused on memories and how they can begin to fade or become missed placed which lead me to researching videographers and different editing techniques that work to convey my message of lost memory. I decided to focus on a context for my video and thought the message of the video would be to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease (matter), to hopefully show the viewer that memories begin to fade or become lost or confused when you suffer from the disease. I wanted to mix science/stats with visual (digital and handmade) imagery and video editing to suggest and highlight the effects of Alzheimer’s, to hopefully make the audience more aware of the effects and to have some idea of what it may be like to suffer with Alzheimer’s/memory impairment. The loss of memory strips away at what it is to be human, forgetting loved ones, shared experiences and culture and knowledge.I got underway with the idea that memories are sometimes held to more value than possessions, I began to research and respond to artists and adapting their styles to fit my own project. I created fragmented images and experimented with semi-permanent type, and then started to research the human memory and its sub-divisions within. Next, I looked at the human memory/mind as a computer that stores ‘memory’ and picked up the idea of a glitch style effect. By now I knew I wanted to create a video that focused on memories and how they can begin to fade or become missed placed which lead me to researching videographers and different editing techniques that work to convey my message of lost memory. I decided to focus on a context for my video and thought the message of the video would be to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease (matter), to hopefully show the viewer that memories begin to fade or become lost or confused when you suffer from the disease. I wanted to mix science/stats with visual (digital and handmade) imagery and video editing to suggest and highlight the effects of Alzheimer’s, to hopefully make the audience more aware of the effects and to have some idea of what it may be like to suffer with Alzheimer’s/memory impairment. The loss of memory strips away at what it is to be human, forgetting loved ones, shared experiences and culture and knowledge.I got underway with the idea that memories are sometimes held to more value than possessions, I began to research and respond to artists and adapting their styles to fit my own project. I created fragmented images and experimented with semi-permanent type, and then started to research the human memory and its sub-divisions within. Next, I looked at the human memory/mind as a computer that stores ‘memory’ and picked up the idea of a glitch style effect. By now I knew I wanted to create a video that focused on memories and how they can begin to fade or become missed placed which lead me to researching videographers and different editing techniques that work to convey my message of lost memory. I decided to focus on a context for my video and thought the message of the video would be to raise awareness for Alzheimer’s disease (matter), to hopefully show the viewer that memories begin to fade or become lost or confused when you suffer from the disease. I wanted to mix science/stats with visual (digital and handmade) imagery and video editing to suggest and highlight the effects of Alzheimer’s, to hopefully make the audience more aware of the effects and to have some idea of what it may be like to suffer with Alzheimer’s/memory impairment. The loss of memory strips away at what it is to be human, forgetting loved ones, shared experiences and culture and knowledge.

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