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Unit 35 Installation Production Booklet

Unit 35: Video Installation


Installation Production Booklet

Name: Courtney Wilsnagh

Order of contents (italics show areas you must add in yourself)

Mind-mapping
Past and current video installation practice
Installation plans
Sketches on the content of your animation
Draft script of the animation
Installation / set skecthes
Progress of ideas
Types of visuals
Sound design
Lighting design
Projection vs screen
Single or multiple screens
Technological convergence
Possible venues
Location recce
Identify venue facilities
Risk assessment of venue
Final script
Storyboard
Cast and Crew and Production roles
Production schedule
Copyright issues
Venue booking confirmation
Risk assessment of installation

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Mindmap of ideas for your installation


Create a mindmap showing ideas of how you might install your video.
Define what type(s) of visuals you will use.
(Eg. video cameras, still cameras, hand crafted artwork, film, animation, digital technologies)

Animation book
that you flip
through

Healthy eating
plan
fitness theme

TV

Ipad mounted
on wall
Screen Projector

gym program

Format
Printed images
My
installation
Binded booklet

enviroment

Work to
install

Tv advert
Radio drama

Final Major
Project

Music video

Animation

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Past and current video installation practice

From your research into video installation, give two examples that you think influence your work / ideas
in some way.
One should be a past practitioner, the other should be contemporary.
Past Practitioner
Name:

Bill Viola

Biography

Was born in 1951 in New York City.


Viola is looked up to in the generation of artists whose artistic
expression depends upon electric, sound and image
technology in New Media.

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Images

!
Notes on their installation
Viola's art deals largely with the central themes of human
consciousness and experience

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How is it similar to your ideas?


I will be using a screen to display my video instillation.

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Contemporary Practitioner
Name:
Biography

Spartacus Chetwynd

Images

She was born in 1973 in London where she works and lives
now. Her Video Installations displays important events in
cultural history in a extremist way.

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Notes on their installation

She likes to make her work stand out and present them in
new and interesting ways.

How is it similar to your ideas?


Just like Chetwynds work i will be using my enviroment to my
full ability as she has used most of the area around her video
installation for props i will be doing the same displaying
relevant items to enhance my theme.

Sound design
What sound will your FMP / Productions have?

All my pieces of Video installation will be a mixture of diegetic and non diabetic sounds.
Will you
or
sound?

use headphones
speakers for this

I Will be
speaker
a bigger
my video
long it
for more
view and

using a large
as i want to attract
audience as well as
being 23 minutes
need to be capable
than one person to
hear my installation.

Why?

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So the audience can hear more clearly as other exhibitions will display sound too as well as the amount
of time it will take for each audience member to view it if it had to be heard using earphones
individually..

Lighting design
What lighting will you have in your installation? Consider health and safety.

I will have soft fluerecent lighting around my exibition as it is the fixed lighting in the room where my
video installation has been placed.

Sketch out your lighting plans for the installation.

Projection vs screen
Will you project your video or play it on a screen?

I will play my video onto a screen

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Why?

The visuals will be of better quality

If you are using a screen, will you


use a single screen, or multiple
screens?

I will use an individual screen to display


my videos as my main clip is a
documentary using more than one screen
will be to distracting for the audience to
concentrate.

If you are projecting what will


you project ONTO? (ie fabric,
screen, materials etc)

How will that change how your


audience READS your animation?

I will print out my preproduction


booklet, Pitch and relevant information
so the audience can look in my detail
regarding the video installation.

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Technological convergence
What is technological convergence?

is the tendency that technology changes, different technological systems sometimes evolve toward
performing similar tasks
Will you be using this in your installation?

no i will not be using it


Explain your answer.
i do not have a use for it.

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Venues
Locate and show research into three possible venues for you to show your work.
Venue:
Location:
Positive aspects of this venue:

The Beaconsfield School


Hall
1.
It will be during the Art exibition so my videos will stand out
2.
The sound of my productions will draw attention
3.
I attended the school so they will be very supportive.

Negative aspects of this venue: 1.


Children will attend the exibition so they might not find it
interesting
2.
Children might break laptop and my visuals
3.
The venue is far from The Henley College

Venue:

Town Hall

Location:

Henley On Thames

Positive aspects of this venue:

1.popular venue
2.middle of town centre
3.Affordable

Negative aspects of this venue: 1.Over booked


2. no Parking
3. no convenient renting times and days

Venue:
Location:

The Red Lion


Henley on Thames

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Positive aspects of this venue:

1.sufficient space
2.Constant stream of an Audience
3.In a town centre

Negative aspects of this venue: 1. not sufficient parking


2. Costly venue
3. Live in venue so noise disturbance is a problem

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Location recce

Complete the location recce for the final venue.

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Risk assessment of venue


Complete risk assessment for the VENUE

RISK ASSESSMENT
!
ACTIVITY

walking

HAZARD

trip hazard

Touching
falling items
the
Installation
s

RISK
H/M/L

PRECAUTIONS

have a clear
walk way

make sure
there are no
lose harmful
objects

IN PLACE

REVIEW
DATE

Please leave this section blank:


Risk Assessment checked by: Name ..
. Date

REVIEWER

Signed

KEY:
Activity :
Describe the component part of your pursuit.
Hazard : List the things you anticipate might cause harm or the things associated with your
activity that have the potential to cause harm. Consider the likely harm.
Risk:
Assess the risk as either H (High), M (Medium) or L (Low). When concluding your
assessment consider all of the circumstances.
Precautions:
Consider what you could do to minimise / negate the risk.
In Place: Will the precautionary measures be in place at the time of the activity?
Review Date:
When would it be reasonable to review your assessment? Remember it might
be whilst you are undertaking the activity.
Reviewer: Name of the person responsible for completing the risk assessment.
A copy of this form should be taken on the activity or visit by the Reviewer.

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Installation plans
From the ideas in your mindmap, create a more definite proposal for how you will install your video.
Diagram of final plan:
Add labels to clearly identify your diagram

List the equipment you will need:

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How have the following influenced your ideas?

work of the artists you have researched

I have been influenced in the way i


will present my video installations.

venue and facilites

lighting

As i am inside i don't have any control


over the lighting as i was assigned a
certain area.

sound

I am going to be using a mix between


diabetic and non diabetic sound.

screens / projectors

The venue has a sufficient amount of


space for my instillation meaning i can
use my full area to the best of my
ability

I will be using an iPad Screen set


on a stand so the audience can
view it in the best quality i am able
to present it in.

speakers / headphones

will be using a large speaker so


my piece can be heard loud and
clearly

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Cast and Crew and Production roles


Research into each role. Define what they do, what skills they need to accomplish their task and who
will be completing the tasks in your animation.

Director
Describe their job.
This is the person who tells the other production crew what must be done and how they must do
it.
What skills do they need to do their job well?
Good team leading skills, good communicator, creative and a problem solver.
Who will be completing this task in your animation?

Producer
Describe their job.
This person works closely with the director and has a similar role.

What skills do they need to do their job well?


Good team leading skills, good communicator, creative and a problem solver.

Who will be completing this task in your animation?


I will

Lighting Director
Describe their job.
This is the person who is responsable for how the set is lit

What skills do they need to do their job well?


they need to be qualified to work with electrical equiptment

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Who will be completing this task in your animation?


I am doing this

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Copyright issues
What potential copyright issues could your FMP infringe?
The music i have used and the companies product i am using
How can you be certain that your work does not violate any copyright infringements?

I have asked permission to use all the music featured in my production as well as the permission to talk
about their product.

Venue booking confirmation


Add the booking confirmation from the venue here:

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Risk assessment of installation


Complete a risk assessment for the INSTALLATION

RISK ASSESSMENT
!
ACTIVITY

HAZARD

Electrocution
Touching
the video
installation

RISK
H/M/L

PRECAUTIONS

IN PLACE

REVIEW
DATE

REVIEWER

dont touch
electrical
devices
without clean
hands

Please leave this section blank:


Risk Assessment checked by: Name ..
. Date

Signed

KEY:
Activity :
Describe the component part of your pursuit.
Hazard : List the things you anticipate might cause harm or the things associated with your
activity that have the potential to cause harm. Consider the likely harm.
Risk:
Assess the risk as either H (High), M (Medium) or L (Low). When concluding your
assessment consider all of the circumstances.
Precautions:
Consider what you could do to minimise / negate the risk.
In Place: Will the precautionary measures be in place at the time of the activity?
Review Date:
When would it be reasonable to review your assessment? Remember it might
be whilst you are undertaking the activity.
Reviewer: Name of the person responsible for completing the risk assessment.
A copy of this form should be taken on the activity or visit by the Reviewer.