This student video was created as part of the Master of Architecture course ARC3017: Thesis Research and Preparation taught by Professor John Shnier. In this graduate level studio, Professor Shnier directs students to use film as a creative and iterative medium to explore their thesis discourse and research.
“Bootleg” was created by Master of Architecture thesis student Elly Selby who describes it as:
“This piece explores the relationship between fidelity and accuracy and its effect on perception and comprehension. The ideas maximize a minimal set of technical and aesthetic gestures, namely repetition, pace and resolution to build towards its ultimate revelation(s).“
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