Category Archives: Final Project
Linda (Julie Christie) believes she gives all the right answers, yet there is no evidence that she actually impacts the script as the characters prompt her to agree with them as she is additionally flattered by her participation in the … Continue reading
Comments from John Stezaker about his work and practice: Digital culture depressing – lack of materiality. This creates universal amnesia. World is super saturated with images. We are obsessed with images. “There were too many images in the world already…more … Continue reading
Notes, and comments from the group about my mini-portfolio work: – My “language” is starting to develop. – Connection between my works to date and this work feels strong to me, but is not obvious to those looking at this … Continue reading
A study for a pastoral landscape animation. The green grid glitch was accidental, but I’ve decided to keep it in this “study”.
Study for an animation on the theme of a figure in a landscape (2014). Medium: digital photography, oil, canvas, magazine collage.
Multiple screen installations for Issac Julien’s work “10,000 Waves”. Installation at Bass Musuem of Art, Art Basel Miami (2010). Julien commissioned a Chinese poet Wang Ping to create a new poem “Small Birds” as the genesis for this project. Work … Continue reading
Kinetic sculpture in vitrine. A book opening A pop-up book A fractal A binary Two parts A reflection Transformative Time-based Mechanical Clumsy Repetitive Simple Magpie Shiny Engaging One trick pony The “hinged” form is taking on relevance for me with … Continue reading
http://dismagazine.com/dystopia/evolved-lifestyles/8115/anti-surveillance-how-to-hide-from-machines/ How to hide from machines: disrupt symmetry in facial features (disrupt mathematical patterns) create confusing patterns that cannot easily be recognized (multiple readings) hide distinguishing, unique features (mask individuality) create spacial confusion (2-d or 3-d) create masking repetition (camouflage) … Continue reading