This chapter shows the making of the 1000 paper cranes. The crane making is an ancient Japanese tradition, as an ancient legend promises that anyone who folds 1001 origami cranes will be granted a wish by a crane. The crane in Japan is one of the holy mystical creatures. This process in the film follow the crane making workshop at the Lucas Arts Residency, Montalvo and the colour grading of the cranes by the participants of the workshop in the studio.
We are very pleased to release the first installment of San Jose State University Film Production Society’s documentary about Tiffany Singh’s Bells of Mindfulness project. In this segment, you’ll see the piece activated by performance artist Lauren Baines at our July 2013 Final Friday Art Party, followed by the public engaging with the piece. A full description of the artwork and interview with the artist is available here