Video promos - Arts
'Everything I Know', Anna Paddick - Music Video
Anna Paddick: Singer, Song Writer, Artist Ben Paddick: Guitarist, Musical Collaborator Christian Meyer: Guitarist, Keys/Synth, Musical Collaborator Alan Dinh: Bassist, Synth, Musical Collaborator Markus Meyer: Studio Engineer (Recording) Julian Meyer: Studio Engineer (Mixing and Mastering) Vanessa White: Videographer, Collaborator Kevin Jeynes: Performance Artist, Co-inquirer Rod Price: Foley Sound www.annapaddick.com https://soundcloud.com/annapaddick www.annapaddick.bandcamp.com 'Everything I Know' music video released 4/09/20 A word from Anna about 'Everything I Know'. 'The process of giving form to this song and video clip has allowed me to stay with a multifaceted and evolving question, ‘What do we think we know now of isolation, of interconnectedness, and possible ways of being with the truths of ourselves?’ I’ve explored this question through the lense of my own experiencing and offer it now to you as a springboard for further experiencing and meaning-making. This song emerged through a multimodal exploration, through feeling, painting, sculpting, dreaming, enacting, drawing, talking, listening, moving, playing, writing, singing, and making sounds in relation to (and as an enactment of) some of my relational patterns, especially in the context of holding experiences of trauma, and experimenting with degrees of openness and collaborative holding. I don’t quite know how to adequately acknowledge the people who have held this process with me, some of whom I name below: Ben Paddick: Guitarist, Musical Collaborator Christian Meyer: Guitarist, Keys/Synth, Musical Collaborator Alan Dinh: Bassist, Synth, Musical Collaborator Markus Meyer: Studio Engineer (Recording) Julian Meyer: Studio Engineer (Mixing and Mastering) Vanessa White: Videographer, Editor, Collaborator Kevin Jeynes: Performance Artist, Co-inquirer Rod Price: Foley Sound While this offering represents ‘Everything I Know’, I would invite an edgelessness into the meaning of that statement, whereby we might include everything we know, everything we don’t know, everything we are un-knowing, and everything we are coming to know, in process, always. I hope that this song and video may serve you as an invitation to gently notice yourself in relationship with it, and as a gesture of being alongside you in relating to the question, ‘What do we think we know now of isolation, of interconnectedness, and possible ways of being with the truths of ourselves?’ My intention in sharing art is to be part of a kind, honest, and curious conversation that can serve us all. In the spirit of that I would welcome any creative responses that may arise. Tag me in a post or whatevs. In these challenging times, while Covid 19 has erased so many possibilities for interaction and participation, may we be artful and courageous in creating new ways of collaborating and feeling the presence of one another. With love and gratitude, Anna Paddick'
Born in a Taxi - 'Illuminated Angels' roving act
Video and editing: Vanessa White Media https://www.facebook.com/vanessawhitemedia Performers: Born in a Taxi http://www.borninataxi.com.au Illuminated Angels roving act. Description: Mobile performance brings the unexpected into daily life. Also known as roving, walkabout or street animation, this art form has been entertaining audiences all over the world, being a favourite at festivals and corporate events. Born in a Taxi have a highly developed visual aesthetic and a rare ability to improvise and communicate physically with a diverse audience. Being mostly non-verbal, language is no barrier to age or culture. Taxi have a huge array of acts, tried and tested over time in a multitude of situations. What sets Taxi’s work apart is their understanding of how to build entire events from one single, simple audience interaction. A long history of improvising together means opportunities to convert the ordinary into the extraordinary are never far away.
Action Theater with Dani Cresp workshop promotional video
Promotional video for Action Theatre workshops and training with Dani Cresp. Videography, editing and graphics by Vanessa White Media. Action Theater is an improvisational physical theatre training and performance method created by Ruth Zaporah. The practice of Action Theater incorporates the disciplined exploration of embodied exercises that lead to increased skills of strong, clear, spontaneous, and artful communication. Dani Cresp trained under the watchful eyes of Ruth for many years. In 2010 Dani became a Licensed ActionTheater teacher and has been teaching ActionTheater workshops in Australia and Europe for the past 5 years. Filmed at Dance House Email: email@example.com Facebook: facebook.com/ActionTheaterMelbourne Music: bensound.com
Gülsen Özer - "In Real Life" - Dance, Live Art
Choreography by Gülsen Özer - Ideas of imagined histories, image, fantasy and attention to felt bodily experience have informed my making in this first stage development. Filmed at Hill scene Live Festival Choreographed by Gülsen Özer. Performers: Dani-Ela Kayler, Viv Rogis & Megan Rowland. Lighting design by Fergus Floyd. Musical composition: Brian O'Dwyer. Supported by hillsceneLIVE, Burrinja Cultural Centre, Creative Partnerships Australia, Yarra Ranges Council, Art Seed Pods - Art Rangers Network. Video by Vanessa White Media http://vanessawhitemedia.com/ GULSENOZER.COM
Melbourne Conservatorium of Music - "Guitar Perspectives" Concert Series 2016 - Spanish Guitar
Concert 1- Guitar Perspectives 2016 Filmed at Melba Hall, Melbourne University. www.facebook.com/guitarperspectives www.guitarperspectives.com/ Memories of Spain, Astor Piazzola Sergio Ercole and Massimo Scattolin (guitar duo)
Werribee Zoo - Born in a Taxi - Eastern Barred Bandicoots
This is a compilation of fun bite-sized snippets of video used on media screens throughout Werribee Park Zoo to entertain and enlighten visitors on the Eastern Barred Bandicoot. Award-winning theatre company Born in a Taxi bring their uniquely quirky performances to Werribee Open Range Zoo. 'We wanted to give the story of the Eastern Barred Bandicoot the respect it deserved. It could be perceived as a sad story, but I see it as one of hope.' - Carolyn Hanna, Director Born in a Taxi. Eastern Barred Bandicoots were once widespread across Western Victoria, but as a result of introduced predators such as foxes and feral cats and loss of habitat, they are currently considered extinct in the wild of mainland Australia. Zoos Victoria is working hard to save this little marsupial from extinction through its captive breeding program. 'our aim is for people to laugh their way through our show and then go home and realise they learnt something. Connecting and playing with audiences is what we do – it’s what we love.' - Carolyn Hanna Clients: Werribee Park Zoo www.zoo.org.au/werribee and Born in a Taxi www.borninataxi.com.au Videography: Vanessa White Media