In many cases, as our collaborators’ videos were viewed by particular audiences—including their families, friends, fellow classmates / video composers, and mentors—our collaborators rethought and revised their initial ideas.

These videos describe the lives of the pieces from debut to current status, and the extent to which real time audience responses shape the content of the video itself. Collaborators discuss reception from the first public screening of their project to its latest incarnation—in some cases, the shelf, in one, the nebulous “underground,” and in others, public forums like Youtube, which can continue providing response to a given work.

Collaborators respond to questions like, what had you wanted your video to accomplish? Did you feel like it accomplished that goal? Has the audience for your video changed since the class? Did you share it with a broader audience? If so, how did that go? And, where, specifically, is your video now?