TrueView Interviews – “What does your Work say about Mobile Art?” with Deborah McMillion

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Today, we are publishing a brand new TrueView Interview video, this time with the truly wonderful and talented Mobile Artist, Deborah McMillion.  We asked her, “What does your Work say about Mobile Art?” – please watch the video and enjoy her answer.

This is a new section to TheAppWhisperer, we are so proud of all the wonderful artists who are contributing to our new section, ‘TrueView Interviews‘ is where we ask one singular question ‘What does your work say about Mobile Photography and/or Art?’ and it’s captured to video. This is such an exciting area, so many of you are working on your videos right now, we all want to see and hear you, what a joy and privilege it is. Thank you all so much.

We have published the following TrueView Interviews this week, please click on their name to view them:

Susan Rennie

Jo Sullivan

Ale Di Gangi

Eric Raddatz

Eliza Baddoiu

Dilshad Corleone

Meri Walker

Ile Mont

Diana Nicholette Jeon

Jaime Glasser

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TrueView Interviews – “What does your Work say about Mobile Art” with Deborah McMillion from Phoenix, Arizonia

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4 thoughts on “TrueView Interviews – “What does your Work say about Mobile Art?” with Deborah McMillion”

  1. Interesting self interpretive monologues – will check out the archives. This one could have been improved: by better camera placement (annoying watching a talking head cut off at the chin) and close ups of the actual “work” – rather than not really being able to see it (hidden behind the artist ). Maybe provide the artists with best practices on video production? Also – did I miss a link to Deborah’s work?

  2. Deborah rationalizes her artistic choices:

    Ah, the deliberately weird choices of artists to show themselves–or not!

    I did the camera angle that way to emphasize that it’s not about me, only the art. The art wasn’t all there because it is not about it moving past either. If you would like to see close ups yes, the missing element was the website. Somehow it got left off.
    Was that convincing? :-)))

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