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Brand videos can take many forms, from short social media clips to longer, more in-depth documentaries. This versatility means that there is a video format for every purpose. Videos have the ability to evoke emotions in the viewer. This emotional impact can be used to connect with the viewer and help them remember the content through brand awareness videos. Plus extremely shareable!
Brand Videos - Unscripted
Liz Diller on Diller Scofidio + Renfro's Broad Museum in Los Angeles | Concrete Icons | Dezeen
Architect Elizabeth Diller explains how The Broad museum in Los Angeles was designed to feel "extremely welcoming" in the next instalment of Dezeen's Concrete Icons series produced in collaboration with Holcim. The video features The Broad in Los Angeles designed by Diller's studio Diller Scofidio + Renfro, a three-storey museum that houses an expansive collection of contemporary and post-war artworks. Speaking to Dezeen in an exclusive video interview filmed at the Diller, Scofidio + Renfro office in New York City, Diller explained how the building was designed to feel inviting to visitors with a porous facade that allows light to be gently diffused into the gallery. "It doesn't really feel like a traditional museum," Diller said. "There's no sense of authority. When you step off the street, no one tells you where to go. There's no information desk, there's no admissions desk. You don't pay, it's free. It feels extremely welcoming." Subscribe to our YouTube channel for the latest architecture and design movies: http://bit.ly/1tcULvh Like Dezeen on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dezeen/ Follow Dezeen on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dezeen/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dezeen/ Check out our Pinterest: https://uk.pinterest.com/dezeen/
Simphiwe Ndzube: Embracing the Coexistence of Seemingly Irreconcilable Realities
Simphiwe Ndzube (b.1990, Cape Town, South Africa) lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and Cape Town, South Africa. He received his BFA from the Michaelis School of Fine Arts in 2015. Ndzube’s work is characterized by a fundamental interplay between objects, media and two-dimensional surfaces; stitching together a subjective account of the Black experience in post-apartheid South Africa from a mythological perspective. In this film, we tour the intricacies of his studio and background, taking a close look at two of his recent exhibitions. The first, “Like the Snake that Fed the Chameleon,” at Nicodim Gallery, expands Ndzube’s cosmology, reimagining Black bodies as mythical and fantastic beings capable of inhabiting multiple dimensions. His figures fly, flail, fall, and dance their way from sculpture, to sound, to canvas through multiple environments, highlighting the fluidity and permeability of identity itself. Like the snake, his characters can be cold-blooded and stealthy; like the chameleon, they are capable of change. From here Ndzube goes deep into his most recent exhibition “Oracles of the Pink Universe” at the Denver Art Museum. This exhibition is an expansion of Ndzube's visual search that explores a mythological place, drawing from his personal experiences, imagination, and art history. He presents exclusive works that depart from Hieronymus Bosch's painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights” (1490–1500), depicting a theatrical space where heaven, earth and hell intersect. As we step into this alternate universe, we’re confronted with artworks that explore themes of conflict, tension, resilience, strength and a fight for human rights. Additional recent exhibitions include “The Fantastic Ride to Gwadana,” Stevenson Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa (2020, solo); “INXS: Major Never Before Seen Works by Simphiwe Ndzube, Moffat Takadiwa, and Zhou Yilun,” Nicodim Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (2020); “Hollywood Babylon: A Re-Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome,” Nicodim, Jeffrey Deitch, and AUTRE Magazine, Los Angeles, USA (2020). His work can be found in the collections of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Musée d’art contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, France; and the Iziko South African National Gallery, Cape Town, South Africa, among others. Crew Credits - Production: Creator and Executive Producer - Hernan Diaz Alonso Producers - Marcelyn Gow/Reza Monahan Director - Reza Monahan Director of Photography - Walker Sayen (TinDragon Media) B Camera - J.J. House/Kevin Garrard C Camera - Alex Waxenbaum Sound Engineer/Swing Tech - Jason Chapron Soundtrack by: Xylo Ziko Post-Production: Story Producer: Vivian Charlesworth Editors - TinDragon Media/Reza Monahan Additional Images, Video and Music Provided by Simphiwe Ndzube, Denver Art Museum, Nicodim Gallery and Beyond Access - Flickr: Cape Town Masiphumelele Township Special thanks to - Sarah Davis ©2021 SCI-Arc Channel
Celebrating 5 Years of Career Advisory Network Program at Emerson LA
On August 26, 2022, Emerson College Los Angeles celebrated the five-year anniversary of its successful Career Advisory Network (CAN) program. CAN is a unique opportunity for currently enrolled Emerson LA students to build personal connections within the Los Angeles alumni network to better prepare them for careers beyond Emerson. Since its inception in Fall 2017, more than 1,000 students have participated in the program and nearly 100 alumni have served as advisors. For more information about the CAN program, visit emerson.edu/ela/can. Video produced by Emerson LA and TinDragon Media: https://www.tindragonmedia.com/ Follow Emerson LA: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/emerson_la Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmersonLosAn... Twitter: https://twitter.com/theemersonla Follow Emerson College: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/EmersonCollege Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EmersonCollege Twitter: https://twitter.com/EmersonCollege LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/school/emers... Website: https://www.emerson.edu/
Black Hole: A Space for Audio
"Audio is a temporary social architecture made of air." - From Figures in Air: Essays Toward a Philosophy of Audio, by Micah Silver. Black Hole is an artist-run space for audio in Los Angeles. Conceptualized by the artist Micah Silver, Black Hole is an environment where people can “listen to, think and talk about audio materials that are not possible to experience with widely-distributed audio technologies”. Located in Gardena, visitors enter through an unmarked door into the listening room - a black space with speakers mounted throughout. There, they experience their “session”, a time allotted to listen to a particular work. While sessions are the main focus of Black Hole, the organization also engages with the local community by offering free/low cost noise surveys and consultation services to respond to developments and construction in Los Angeles. Additionally, Black Hole’s LA Audio Solidarity program provides sound systems to activist groups and other community building actions. Black Hole’s creator, Micah Silver, is an artist and curator who studied music at Wesleyan and in MIT’s Art, Culture and Technology program. His work has been produced by MassMoca, Issue Project Room, Palais de Tokyo, and OK Zentrum, among other venues internationally. Silver also wrote the book Figures in Air: Essays Toward a Philosophy of Audio. *This film is best experienced with headphones or sensitive studio monitors. Crew Credits - Production: Creator and Executive Producer - Hernan Diaz Alonso Producers - Marcelyn Gow/Reza Monahan Segment Producer - Vivian Charlesworth Director - Reza Monahan Director of Photography - Walker Sayen (TinDragon Media) B Camera - Kevin Gerrard Sound Engineer/Swing Tech - Jason Chapron Post-Production: Story Producer: Vivian Charlesworth Editors - TinDragon Media/Reza Monahan Catherine Christer Hennix Image by Rosa Menkman License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/deed.en Additional Images and Video Provided by Micah Silver Special thanks to - Advait Thakur ©2021 SCI-Arc Channel
The Impact of AI on Stroke Treatment: Interview with Dr. Navdeep Sangha of Kaiser Permanente - US
Highlights of an interview with Dr. Navdeep Sangha, who is a Neurologist with Kaiser Permanente Los Angeles Medical Center. He is the Co-Assistant Chief of Neurology, and the Director of the Kaiser Permanente Southern California TeleStroke Program. During the interview, Dr. Sangha shares his insight into how emerging technology such as AI-powered diagnostic solutions are poised to augment acute care providers in the detection of intracranial hemorrhage (ICH).
GEAR UP 4 LA Teaser
GEAR UP 4 LA aims to significantly increase student success in high school, persistence in college, and preparation for career and life-long learning. Learn more at https://www.gearup4la.net. GEAR UP 4 LA tiene como objetivo aumentar significativamente el éxito de los estudiantes en la escuela secundaria, la persistencia en la universidad y la preparación para la carrera y el aprendizaje de por vida. Obtenga más información en https://www.gearup4la.net..
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