The text was written by me and placed over disorienting shots of the body (when I say disorienting I mean that you just can't tell what the heck you're looking at). I then used a lot of effects in Final Cut to show A.) what Final Cut can do and B.) how technology can be used to distort very natural forms.
Does my project have a relational aesthetic? If I think about it in comparison to Christine Hill, I would have to say absolutely not. Christine reaches out to people rather than focusing on her own little world like I have done with this project. She involves other people in her work, she talks with them, and she interacts with them. She benefits from her work financially, but she is more generous with what her work provides other people. I think my project might only speak to someone if they were going through the exact things that I am going through right now. You could stumble upon Christine's work at any time and benefit from its genius and heck, maybe even buy a new t-shirt.
I suppose I would have to step out of my journal entry a little bit more if I want my work to be relational. You can view my video below: