Woody Packard

Words + Pictures

Video and Sound

Short video and audio. Later (top of the list) work is mostly documentation of the ordinary or unusual, depending on whose life you happen to be living.

Tatlag
(14:17)
Five samples of Tatlag—rhythmic traditional Mongolian instrumental music, played at the 5th International Morin Khuur Symposium, in Ulaanbaatar.   2016-05-06

Sailing (Kazakh Version)
(2:34)
This is a song performed for us by The Kugyershin Family singers, here only the father and daughter.   2016-04-29

A Decade of Building at Zaisan
(0:35)
Historic imagery from Google Earth showing development from 2005 to late 2015.  2015-11-30

A Fly Sits on the Window
(0:48)
A classic Mongolian song, embellished by my instructor.   2015-05-10

First Light
(2:01)
Sunrise, Bayan Zuurkh, on the first day of Tsagaan Sar  2015-02-20

New Year's Well-Being Send
(5:31)
Welcoming the New Year at Sukhbaatar Square, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.  2015-01-06

Ger Raising
(1:00)
Time lapse record of the assembly of a ger.  2013-06-15

Women's Day
(1:58)
Mongolian Song for Women  2013-03-08

Nurbek
(2:56)
Traditional Khazak dombor played at Nauriz in Khovd Suum, Mongolia.  2013-03-24

Wedding Song
(4:10)
Elderly Dorvod singers performing an unusual style of traditional singing. There are few left who perform these songs.  2013-06-20

Camels Leaving Their Young
(2:46)
This is the sound of camels being separated from their young in the morning. Audio only.  2013-06-02

Уран Хас
(3:53)
A Mongolian Waltz  2012-12-24

Flour Game
(3:35)
A game with some similarities to Bobbing for Apples.  2012-11-04

Men's Day
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Audio only, this is the song that six teachers sang as they brought dinner for us on Men's Day.  2013-03-18

Center
(2:30)
Progress to date (10/15-11/15/12) on daily recordings made in Khovd's central square.   11/2012

Har Us Noor
(4:36)
Xap Yc Hyyp in Mongolian, transliterated into English, is Har Us Noor. Literally, it means Black Water Lake.   2012-11-11

My First Demolition Derby
(1:12)
My introduction to the world of demolition derbies.  6/2011

Motion Walls
(4:11)
Documentary of a student animation project.  5/2011

Foundation Students Videos
(4:37)
These are videos produced by my Freshman Foundations time workshop students.  2011-03-20

Rope Swing
(1:30)
Fun for all ages.  7/2010

Canacadea
(4:06)
A year-long look at the changing course of a stream.  5/2010

Bog Year
(11:55)
Observation reveals one level of meaning from a subject. Structure, I've discovered, reveals another.  4/2009

Binocular Vision
(6:00)
We take for granted the ease with which left and right eyes work together to give us smooth perception of depth and movement.  2/2009

Whirling
(2:08)
Two-channels run not-quite-in-sync, so that there is time (and space) missing (or extra) between the left and right frames.  10/2008

Commuter
(4:44)
Collaborative work with Bao Shi Hong at the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.  11/2008

MRI
(5:09)
Something like what an MRI feels like.   9/2008

The Cicada
(7:30)
Shaped like an opera, this audio and text piece is not an opera.  10/2008

Canis Lupus Mobius
(2:51)
Nineteen seconds of canine activity, looped together in a twisted and connected way.  10/2007

My Eclipse
(3:37)
Four hours of winter night observation packed into a tidy two minute package.  2/08

Line Drawing
(3:36)
Interviews with artists about the state of art.  2/08

Why I Am Late
(2:47)
Some of you know already, many will understand because they have seen it happen to others.  12/2008

Reminders
(4:18)
Note taking helps if you can remember what your note is about.  3/2008

Storage
(3:53)
You can't always remember what you put away.  3/2008

Electric Peppers
(1:24)
It wasn't supposed to turn out this way  10/2007

Brassica oleracea
(4:15)
A close view of an unusually colorful vegetable, equally colorful family and friends.   10/2007

These are larger than your ordinary mpgs. You'll need to be a little bit patient. For best results, click, then pause while the download gets a head start.


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