Sequencial communication

Everyone that knows me, the word ‘Narrative’ stops me from working don’t ask why but it has such a hold over me of what a narrative is! BUT this term our main focus being about Narrative. Just changing up the language and even when the brief states narrative ignoring this and chancing to sequence has allowed me to explore and make work ultimately narrative based.

Storytelling in the 1920’s using distinctly geometric shapes, is this due to the limitations of technology during these periods? not that there is anything wrong as these three videos are amazing for the time period. I have been looking at how the sound is a very important part to telling the stories within certain pieces, These eras the sound is often a similar type of music. Is this to create distinct unique sounds to help set the scene and create the mood?



 

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