Monthly Archives: September 2016

Manifesto

I’m learning programming because it has the potential to be a fun and rewarding experience. I’d like to create something I’m proud of. This is important to me because my prior attempts at learning were frustrating. I am a bit anxious

Posted in Applied Digital Studies

Appropriation

Posted in Digital Approaches to Fine Art, My Art

Reflection: The Peripheral

When Netherton and Lev met officer Ainsley Lowbeer, I was intrigued by her abilities. Without prior interaction with others, she had access to their criminal records, unread messages and recent whereabouts. She could sample DNA with a mere handshake. This led me to find an

Posted in Applied Digital Studies

Artist: Cory Arcangel

Cory Arcangel is a post-conceptual artist who is known for works of appropriation consisting of video game modifications, Photoshop effects, and kinetic sculptures. The first impression I had about Arcangel was that he was relaxed and genuine. Instead of a polished portfolio, he has

Posted in Artist Blog, Digital Approaches to Fine Art

One Tool

  I used the clone stamp tool in my first image. I thought it would be neat to fill a lot of space with repetitive pieces of the subjects’ faces. I cropped and resized the photo to focus more on the kiss. Once I selected

Posted in Digital Approaches to Fine Art, My Art

Artist: Matt Siber

Matt Siber is an American artist who works primarily with photography and sculptures. Siber’s work references communication to the public through use of billboards, lights and supportive structures. Siber’s Floating Logos series consists of digitally altered photographs of signs. Siber removes the pole structures to

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Artist: Nam June Paik

Nam June Paik was a Korean American artist. Most of his work consists of cameras, television, videos and even performances. Paik redefined the use of technology that was emerging in his time. This artist encourages me to reflect on my understanding of

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