Harmonics is a visual music piece, which takes viewers through a sensory journey using experiments in light, color and sound. The interplay of the visuals with the audio track allows the viewer to experience the piece differently each time and demand a heightened state of their senses.
Shot on 35mm film, Harmonics is the filmmaker’s first fully-analog project. The piece exposes the traits of film stock, which cannot be achieved through digital means. It is an experiment using capabilities of light manipulation and how light is captured onto film.
1982 | Fort Lauderdale·FL, USA
Diana attended the University of Florida and obtained a BA in Anthropology and a BS in Telecommunications in 2006. At the end of her undergraduate studies, her expansive interests and curiosity led her to discover animation.
Her main interest lies in visual music, as she feels the most powerful pieces are those which incorporate a working relationship of visuals and sound design. Just as music enables a viewer to experience an emotion, space and time on and abstract level, she aims to portray this same kind of experience to her viewers.
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