The Lives Of Others

We are not always the person that we present ourselves to be in public. Often, we play a role - creating an impression of a character we would like to present to others. This self-concept is seemingly a very private phenomenon, for one’s thoughts about themselves are hidden and are often highly personal. At the same time, the self-concept is very much a social phenomenon - having roots in social identities and roles we play, in turn guiding our perception of others and our own behaviour in social settings. 


The Lives of Others explores the social side of the self in the context of self-presentational behaviour;any behaviour intended to create, modify, or maintain an impression of ourselves in the minds of others.  Through a series of short video recordings, the work documents the candid happenings of everyday life, presenting them under a new light and in turn offering an alternative comprehension. 

 

As a single-channel composition, shot on a mobile phone, recorded in slow motion and captured across the globe over the course of a year, the work reveals the minutiae of everyday life from various standpoints. At 120 fps, we are presented with an unconventional viewing format - this slowing down of time allows the viewer time to fully engage with the delicate details that are frequently missed in the rush of real time, prompting the spectator to reconsider the nature of each scenario. This inadvertently creates an intimacy, which otherwise is overlooked - the slow passing of time is romanticised, further so with the looping soundtrack, and the viewer is authorised to let their mind off on a tangent and drift into unconscious thought.

       
     
SHOWREEL

This video acts as my demo cine portfolio.

00:00 - 00:51    ‘EDO’, (2015), Short Film, 16 minutes, Tokyo, Japan, (Japanese with English subtitles)
00:51 - 01:26    ‘THE WEDDING’, (2015), Documentary, 6 minutes, Sydney, Australia
01:26 - 01:40    ‘CREWSIN’, (2014), Music Video, 4 minutes, Sydney, Australia
01:40 - 02:19    ‘ACTING PROFOUND’, (2014), Music Video, 4 minutes, Sydney, Australia
02:19 - 02:44    ‘BEYOND THE VALLEY’, (2015), Promotional, 5 minutes, Phillip Island, Australia
02:44 - 02:44    ‘UNTITLED’, (2015), Experimental, 4 minutes, Sydney, Australia

       
     
Flip The Script - Acting Profound

Lyrics: Joe Bourke and Caspar Hardaker
Direction and Editing: Chloe De Brito 
Producer: Jake Smith
Cinematography and Colour: Alexandra Adoncello


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SUNOROC

Bodies: Joshua Foster, Chloe De Brito, Alexandra Adoncello
Music: Flying Lotus - Coronus, The Terminator

       
     
Untitled
       
     
FOX COMPANY - I'm Not To Blame

Debut Video - Single Release "I'm Not To Blame" by Sydney Rock 'n' Roll band, Fox Company.

Video Released 28/03/2016

       
     
AARO - SS Collection

Label: AARO | aarothelabel.com/
Designer: Samantha Aravopoulos 
Model: Laura Nicholson from eMg | emgmodels.com/
DOP: Alexandra Adoncello | alexandraadoncello.com
Editing: Alexandra Adoncello
Music: Movement - Us | youtube.com/watch?v=jpIz5sAu0B8
Location: Carriageworks | carriageworks.com.au/

       
     
Activate UNSW

BIO: 
Activate is the new kid on the block, and we’re going to do things a little differently around here. Our origins are shrouded in mystery; that sexy kind of mystique where you all assume we’re from much more exotic places than we really are. We’re all about sticking up for the little guy, the disadvantaged, the silenced. We want to fight for fair. We want to save the planet but do it in style. We’re good listeners, so we want to hear your story, not ours. We don’t complain about fee deregulation and just say we’re going to do something about it. Our candidates have been leading the fight against higher fees from day one. We don’t take ourselves too seriously but we love what we do. We like to have fun. We aren’t going to say things like “better student experience” and “we’re passionate”. That’s not fun. Our vision for a better UNSW and a more equal society is what unites us.