The dance film “Digital Dreams” is a performance supplement to Randall Belyea’s honors thesis entitled “Digital Dreams: Performing Our Fantasies and Modern Media.” In his thesis, Randall explores the connections
Field Work uses video filmed in daytime and projected at the same locations at night. We connect projectors to a car battery with a long extension cord and managed to bring projectors into the Berkeley hills.
Sunflowers and Roses is a contraction of time, space, and community. As the screen becomes polluted with teeth, hair, and flesh, the warm buzzing score reminds the viewer of sunny days in the llano (flat lands).