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TRIAGE(tm)

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TRIAGE(tm) is a set of three short ambient films by Joey Bargsten: HOVER(tm), IAGHT(tm), and FLESHY(tm). HOVER(tm) is a single seamless shot that starts with a psychedelic olive, and we pull back to reveal the zombies in bed, and we pull back further to reveal sinister figures hovering over the abyss, and we keep pulling back to see this is all just a reflection in a shiny hubcap. In the original version, we continue to pull back to show the sacrificial maiden on the field of hubcaps, the multiplicity of maiden/hubcap planets, and on to an infinity that brings us back to the psychedelic olive. But the final film stops when we first realize someone's holding the hubcap: to show more than that would be just too obvious. PROJEK IAGHT(tm) is film created from internet image searches using Google, Flickr, Yahoo, and so forth. Words searched included graffiti, urban art, DJ, skateboard, hiphop, breakdance, and tatoo, plus more generic or street terms like cool, party, kromp, yo, freak, pimp, playa, and iaght. Each image lasts one frame, there's 30 frames per second, and the film lasts about 3 1/2 minutes. The soundtrack is a layering of microsongs - actual pop songs compressed in time to last about 5 seconds each. FLESHY(tm) is an extended essay in motion, color, and texture that lasts almost 20 minutes. The source material is a ballet of six performers' hands and arms, and the overall effect is created by layering, blurring, and offsetting about 90 layers of video. I use a lot of different sound design and music software in my soundtracks, so I'm not going to get into the details; Logic, Max, SoundHack, SoundTrack Pro, and even GarageBand were used in these pieces.

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