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What is visual vernacular?

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Visual vernacular is a form of art which combines Sign Language, mime, poetry and cinematographic techniques: long shots, close-ups, and panorama. The performer assumes the perspective of each character and aspects of the setting. That why the performer adopt role shifting between the subject and the object, shifting the different roles as the story goes along.

"The performer remains all the time within the film frame, so to speak, presenting a montage of cross-cuts and cutaway views" (Bernard Bragg)

A visual story can only become a legend with the unity of talented visual vernacular artists out there (Justin Perez)

> Ace Mahbaz

Game Over
A Night in Gotham

> Amina & Jamila Ouahid

Unexpected Moment

> Andrey Dragunov

Butterfly

> Bernard bragg

Eagle and Squirrel
The Pilot and the Eagle

> Don Marco Kulathunga (DMK)

> Douglas Ridloff

Symbiosis

> Edyta Kozub

> Erwan cifra

Lion Missed
Halloween
Natural Disasters
Saint Valentin

> Giuseppe Giuranna

Music in the Car
Moto
Music in the Car (Duo)

> Guy Bouchauveau

> Ian Sanborn

Tick Tock
Caterpillar
Rooster
The Trout

> Justin Perez

Eagle and Soccer Champion
Surfer Story

> Nicola Della Maggiora

The Innate Talent

> Zoë McWhinney

Power of Sign Language
My Visual Vernacular