Mia Yao Meng
MFA 2 - Art & Tech
This project is a reflection of the gestures we perform on a routine basis in order to interact (as the trigger and the data input) with networked devices such as smartphones and laptops. These gestures are abstracted/flattened in the design process and transformed into online behaviors. This habit-formation process only takes us a few attempts to get into new games of communications and interactions. How and by whom is this gestural language designed? Where is it taking our bodily actions to? As gestural controls are being further developed to blending the online/virtual world and the “real world”, this project reveals something intimate and problematic, wandering around the missing context left behind through our online interactions.
Change The Game is a creative exploration focused on being free, experimental, and self expressive — there are no limits. changethegame.studio
Clay Chaplin Music ESP Festival – Telematic Concert Series Day 1 – Fixed Media works Shuwen Zhao https://vimeo.com/418187433 Azariah Felton https://vimeo.com/418184810 Abigail Johnson https://vimeo.com/418184478 Andrew Dyet https://vimeo.com/418184643 Day 2 – Live Sets Isaac Rohr https://vimeo.com/418185412 Rebecca Drapkin https://vimeo.com/418185955 Day 3 – Live Sets Leslie Lang https://vimeo.com/418185804 Brian Griffith https://vimeo.com/418143070 Day 4 – Live Sets Maria […]
Gabi Galloway BFA 3 – Theatre Lysol This piece is a reflection on what I learned in Mike Bryant’s Sex and Death class in regard to feminine hygiene being rooted in sexism and how this can explain why we continue to view contraception, abortion and child care as women’s burden. In the world of sex […]
Lights of a carousel illuminating the dark sky https://syvargas470.wixsite.com/website
This is the start of a new project combining my photography with digital painting. “The Fabric Of Our Country_#1, #2 & #3″, March 2020, 13″ x 19” dye print on Hahnemuhle Fine Art Baryta Satin paper.
Unreleased music video for “Modesty Odissey” by Brooklyn born artist Melanie Charles, whose creative fluidity spans jazz, soul, experimental, and her own Haitian roots.
Perry Cook (aka P-Ray) is professor emeritus of computer science (also music) at Princeton University. Cook is a visiting Artist/Lecturer at CalArts, founding advisor and IP Strategist to social music company Smule, and co-founder of online arts education company Kadenze. COVID Pan Drum: A Robot Tongue-Drum Rendering of the SARS-2 COVID Virus Genome I’m building […]