Sonic Materialities 2019

RMIT Media Studio

The Telephonic Uncanny

This 13-minute documentary-style piece covers the phenomenon of the telephonic uncanny, as well as related topics such as telephonic uncanny, and the psychology of over-the-phone conversation through narration, sketches and Ken Burns-style editing. Direct Link: by Cormack Pratt and Leonard Shi

Assignment Three-Bacon

Natalie Stewart, Patrick Mastalerz, Rob Pfeiffer. This film breaksdown how bacon, one of life’s most simplest foods can sound like multiple different things when cooked. Such as television static, cicadas and rain through three distinct shorts woven together to create one cholesterol filled fever dream.  

Assignment 3 – Gender Stereotypes in Women (Anaqi & Alicia)

Within the various concepts we’ve explored, Anaqi and I decided to focus on the ‘stereotypes and stigmatisation of women’ in the music industry. Specifically, the expectations and standards that women are expected to uphold. Link to work:

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