In May 2013 I had the opportunity to show a few of my City Light pieces along with some of my wife’s, Nicolette Swift, City Walks pieces as part of CS Gallery’s A Scape show. We were pretty happy about the new installation include 42 inch LCD TV, BluRay player, and Headphones. The best part is that our set up allowed for the TV to play the sound at a moderate level while also letting people use the headphones to have a more immersive experience.
Video Installation at CS Gallery
Stills from my newest piece City Lights Columbus. It will be showing this summer at both CMIAR 15, Comfest, and hopefully the Ohio State fair Fine arts Exhibition.
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Totally pumped about this new piece I shot and am now editing inspired by the Chicago Commuter Trains. City Lights will debut at The Columbus Movign Image Art Review 14 March 22nd OSU Hagerty Hall at 8pm. Here are a few stills.
I made these a year ago as a joke and it is amazing how they are still relevant today. Who knows what will happen when the Incredible Obama is released.
Matt Swift (left) from Ohio State’s Film Studies program discusses the program and the films in The Journal of Short Film.
Monday, July 16, 7 pm., WCRS radio, 98.3 & 102.1 FM
Wednesday, July 18, 8:00 p.m., WCBE radio, central Ohio’s NPR station, 90.5 FM.
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Terminal Vertices of a Path from Matt Swift on Vimeo.
A path may be infinite, but a finite path always has a first vertex, called its start vertex, and a last vertex, called its end vertex. Both of them are called terminal vertices of the path. The other vertices in the path are internal vertices. A cycle is a path such that the start vertex and end vertex are the same. The choice of the start vertex in a cycle is arbitrary.
Tonight at 6:30pm go see Stepping Down at the Grandview Theatre as part of the 48 Hour Project. We all worked really hard to make this film and I think you will enjoy it.http://www.48hourfilm.com/colu mbus/
Stepping Down by Team 4 – Matt Swift, Robert Foor and Jenn Deafenbaugh
A stubborn teacher and confused deaf student find themselves in a trap after a classroom confrontation. The only key they have is an anonymous text message “Communicate to be free”.