Xbox One & Flat Stone (Experiments In Balance) from JoshCouturierVimeo2 on Vimeo.
A Xbox One & Flat Stone partook in the series, “Experiments In Balance” (aka) the “wRECk Center”. Investigating the question of how to better ones artistic practice, I found that the answers were hidden behind obstacles that only solely burned time.
If after reflecting I cant help but to theorize, Art is the underpinning of my self and surroundings… Then the artist and the art are not separate and neither are the surroundings of such.
All can catalyze, capture or create art…
This is a collaboration I recorded on Logic ProX, with a Blue Microphone Bluebird Cardioid Condenser Microphone, and Scarlett interface. The beat was from producer Alec Dacar, and featured JaeOhEsH’s vocals and mixing effects. The visual animation was made in collaboration with Sir Willis IV, and assets in frame are conceptually based.
✌❤🔥🏁 🏍BiG DUCATi🏍🏁 🔥❤✌
🎙JaeOhEsH🎙 🎹 Alec Dacar🎹
Visuals by: Sir Willis IV
Campus Green – SoudCloud: https://soundcloud.com/campusgreen/ca…
Psychedelic Rock Track “Friday The Turnt Theme”, by Campus Green.
Chance Pop Remix, by Josh Couturier
Visual Collage Component, by Josh Couturier
Featured at IMFA 2017 Final Critique.
Missing Live Millumin Performance.
Psychedelic Rock “Friday The Turnt Theme” & Chance Pop Remix from Jo Ku on Vimeo.
Concept: Remix pop by manipulating regions in Logic prox with coins and dice, on variables such as pitch, position, duration, and inclusion of notes.
“Is that a visualizer or visualization?”
“What is the image?”
“Was that the pop vs chance piece?”
“How did you know when you were done?”
“Have you researched Taoism?”
“Dabbles in the path of John Cage!”
IV Installation hits “Intuition at Coespace” & “IMRC Open House 2017” (IV: The rapid intravenous Network)
Concept: Use pieces from rapid practice to create a gallery installation with unifying themes.
“The pictures look surreal.”
“I love the Net!”
“Why the Net?”
“Are those Cell-Phone images?”
“Whats the skull mean?”
“Oh! Its interactive?!”
59 Second Film, “Block Buster”
BlockBuster from Josh Couturier on Vimeo.
Concept: 59second sound image video using documentation of exploration and land art.
“It was like a journey!”
“Why did you leave trash?”
“It felt spiritual.”
“Why is it called BlockBuster?”
Concept: Make lyrics first, and MIDI instrumentation second, as opposed to the research guided pop standard, beat then lyric approach.
“I listen to this while i do homework”
“I couldn’t tell a difference!”
“Beat Boxing Dubstep!?”
“Wait theres a movie?”
“What the fuck did i just watch?”
Movie Concept: We (Campus Green) can synthesize energy from Litmosphere song into a visual duration of the same length. Although we must perform the video as if we were taking place in a live concert. The first day working we consulted a mystical fortune cookie that lead us to believe that inclusion of documentation of our lives during the composing time period of the project would be valid as B-Roll.
This is a documentary short about Colby and his Appalachian trail adventure. This story gives viewers a sense of what the Appalachian trail is like for adventurers today. The challenges that they can encounter and the wonderful sights, lessons and friendships they take away. Truly a must see. Colby answers and elaborates on my questions that help chisel out his reflection of the trip. The majority of this video was a compiled archives of cell phone and a computer webcam diary that were organised to help tell Colbys story, in Premiere and iMovie.
This is a documentary short telling the story of Chas Bruns and his love for media, and how he followed his love for media through his life in this spectacular interview. The interview was done using a Canon 7D and 18-135mm lens using manual aperture, ISO, shutter speed, zoom and focus, and a LAV microphone. The edit was made on IMovie and Final Cut, manipulating Ken Burns effects on stills and color-correction, to magnify brightness, contrast, vibrance, saturation, shadows, sharpness, and light levels.
My good friend and mentor Chas Bruns, directs, stars and produces “Dirt Cheap – Bar Harbor, Maine”, one of a few of his episodes on Youtube. I was lucky enough to help him film a portion of the feature, including follow shots, over the shoulder, panning, tilting, and establishing shots. Not to mention myself and LED MEDX are featured in the episode. A really great piece!
Jungle Joey talks about what its like owning a caregiving establishment and smoke shop, from Josh Couturier on Vimeo. (Headphones or Speakers Encouraged)