Videopond has been producing NAVA’s video content for the last several years. This has included their Artist File and Webinar series as well as content for NAVA’s online education services. Videopond has looked after these videos from go to woe; from lenses to backdrops, lighting to graphics, editing and beyond we have been behind the consistent, high-end look and feel of these beautiful videos.
With L/M Videpond filmed Youtube’s 100 K party. This video showcased Youtube’s rising celebrities highlighting their thoughts and advice on becoming a sought after & self-made social media star. Videopond were quick on their feet to capture the most exciting and dynamic aspects of the event to produce a captivating and exciting video.
The MCA commissioned Videopond to produce a series of educational videos for young adults. Hosted by Lara Thoms and her side kick Kevin Jin Hello Big Institution is a light hearted look at the artworks in the MCA’s collection as well as a peek behind the MCA’s public facade. Fun, bold and loud this series speaks to the MCA’s audience of the future!
Artist Helen Pynor worked with Videopond to edit and colour grade several videos as part of the group show ‘The Patient’ at UNSW Galleries. A fine eye for detail was integral for this job in order to meet the artist’s rigorous eye for colour, composition, rhythm and sound.
To mark the opening of ‘Darkness on the Edge of Town’ Artbank engaged Videopond to produce an interview with indigenous curator Coltilde Bullen. The video gives viewers an intimate view of the exhibition with insightful commentary from Coltilde outlining the themes and individual artists in the show.
For Sydney Design Week Videopond produced, shot and edited a highlights video for BCGDV. Showcasing their event ‘Design as a Strategy for Growth’ Videopond produced a short, energetic video that really captures the zest of Sydney’s best design talent.
Kate Mitchell and Videopond worked together to film and edit Kate’s new artwork ‘Hypnotised into Being’. This piece involved working with a hypnotist on set, which was a test of Videopond’s directorial skills. This work was exhibited at Chalk Horse Gallery in Sydney and will be shown at Gertrude St Gallery in Melbourne later in 2016.