Colour a feeling, See a sound
In this two-day workshop, students awoke their senses and learn to work with a new creative process, translating an abstract feeling in an experimental video. For that, they started studying a feeling and its associated colour through a quick mind-map. This short research invited them to go outside to record and recreate a series of sounds connected to their first impressions. At the end of the first day, a thirty seconds to one minute sound piece had to be edited with an audio software. In the second day, they were asked to visualise this sound piece through a series of experimental still and moving images that would create a short narrative and express their creative intentions. In this workshop, students saw that instead of starting a video inspired by an image, they could start the other way around, with feeling, colour and sound.
The outcomes of the workshop can be seen in my Instagram account: @thverbal