Journal entry: Tried to put a dollar in one bags. Took some time but broke. Retied bag for a redo. 10 cents in each bag, 40 cents total [in one mobile]. Holding strong.
Journal entry: 20 cents in each, 80 cents total. We still going.
Jornal entry: 30 cents each, $1.20 total. Still holding
Jornal entry: 40 cents each, $1.60 total. Little pull, still holding though
Jornal entry: 50 cents each, $2 total. Not yet willing to break
Jornal entry: 60 cents each, $2.40 total. Still not yet fall, getting close though
Jornal entry: 70 cents each, $2.80 total. Thought it would break today, I was wrong
Jornal entry: Came in and one [of the mobiles] broke and was on the floor. 80 cent each, $3.20 total.
Jornal entry: 90 cents each, $3.60 total. Waiting for the last [mobile] to fall, so close
Jornal entry: Touched the bags and they fell. Camera wasn’t ready, didn’t catch the fall. Sadness.
I decided to go with a mixture of two project ideas, with a little bit of a kick. I mixed the group knuckle crack idea with the video compilation idea. Not only that but I also played with music and how different music changes your interpretation of a subject. I decided to make four videos, one without music and three with. Have a look for yourself and tell me how you feel.
- one hand
- two hands
- sumo knuckles
- knuckle crack before bottle flip
- upside down
- from a high place
- super dramatic (throw fist into hand, crack knuckles, then cross arms)
- evil smirk
Ways to document:
- time laps
- personal narrative
- blind contour
- count how many times you crack your knuckles a day
Some Rules: Crack your knuckles…
- when greeting someone
- and make sure everyone can hear
- until you hear all your knuckles pop
- and then the rest of your body
- always with your eyes open
- always before a fight
- in every photo op
- every time you see yourself in the mirror
- before having a meal
- before going to bed