Too Little Time To Love (trailer, full length 8 min)

Voice Actor Anthony Venturini
Original Music by Kid Called Computer
For my recent video project “Too Little Time To Love,” I recreated a 1963 Ford Galaxy in my studio while at the Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program. The sculpture was built from wood, foam, cardboard, and covered in collaged images of the car itself. The Ford Galaxy functioned as a set for a monologue comprised solely of quotes taken from speeches delivered by Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Mahatma Gandhi. The monologue rearranged exact quotes to create a text that resembled one side of a heated dialogue, resulting in a narrative involving love, betrayal, violence, and murder. The scene unfolded over the span of a simulated car ride down Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in New York, and was performed by me while wearing a mask of all three historical figures combined. The monologue was then completely overdubbed by a professional actor resulting in his voice replacing my own, with several clumsy moments included.

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Too Little Time To Love (trailer, full length 8 min)
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Too Little Time To Love (trailer, full length 8 min)

Voice Actor Anthony Venturini
Original Music by Kid Called Computer
For my recent video project “Too Little Time To Love,” I recreated a 1963 Ford Galaxy in my studio while at the Smack Mellon Artist Studio Program. The sculpture was built from wood, foam, cardboard, and covered in collaged images of the car itself. The Ford Galaxy functioned as a set for a monologue comprised solely of quotes taken from speeches delivered by Martin Luther King Jr., Nelson Mandela, and Mahatma Gandhi. The monologue rearranged exact quotes to create a text that resembled one side of a heated dialogue, resulting in a narrative involving love, betrayal, violence, and murder. The scene unfolded over the span of a simulated car ride down Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in New York, and was performed by me while wearing a mask of all three historical figures combined. The monologue was then completely overdubbed by a professional actor resulting in his voice replacing my own, with several clumsy moments included.

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