Monthly Archives: February 2015

Wk 5 – Artist Interview – Manny Krakowski

Manny Krakowski designed an interesting piece that involved the use of perspective and reference. The piece, Somewhere Between Here and Their, is a piece that according to the description, “is based on the relationships between space, invisibility, and identity”. This … Continue reading

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Wk 5 – Activity – Kickstarter

I am writing this post to announce that I am attempting to launch a new board game via the crowdfunding site kickstarter! Upon filing the copyright for the board game name, and the trade mark for the mechanics, I will … Continue reading

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Wk 5 – Bullet Hells and Experimental Mechanics

To stand out in the world of bullet hell shooters, developers have tried many numerous gimmicks, mechanics, and overall interesting experiments. For instance, in the above video, the game IKARUGA by a small Japanese studio called Treasure, you must alternate … Continue reading

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Wk 4 – Artist Interview – Haley Toyama, Emily Babbette, Liz Talbot

This week, I interviewed two of three present artists for an interesting exhibit that experimented with perspective and light. According to the artists, “It is light that creates color, and it is light that influences are emotive responses.” This gallery … Continue reading

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Wk 4 – Interior Semiotics: The Feminist Mirror

The video starts with a woman slowly opening an expired can of spaghetti-O’s with a can opener. This can mean many different things, one such interpretation being the unlocking of some unpleasant… truth, like a chastity belt on human sexuality. … Continue reading

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Wk 4 – Activity – Performance Art

Here is the piece of performance art I made. I made it in my friends house, with Yoko Ono’s cover of Katy Perry’s “Firework” in the background. I call this piece “Egg-scuse me“. I leave it up to the audience … Continue reading

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Wk 3 – Activity – Instagram

So this week we took photos on instagram like an angsty teenager who is going through an artistic phase. My art teacher assigned this project due to something having to do with “diversity” or whatever. Personally? I don’t really care. … Continue reading

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