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.
Blake The Sorcerer is a recently released album of original piano solo pieces with different moods and subjects
Ursula Andreeff MFA 2 – Theatre The Renunciation Ceremony I created this painting series as part of the process to understand the emotional and subconscious experience of characters I’m developing for a television series. The series is called The Zomers and is about a zero waste community living in Chicago in 2046 and dealing with […]
“sometimes i wish i was a woman, just so i could have an abortion” – john waters Connor Linnerooth
Crazy For You performed by Shaharoh and her band In Lieu Of. www.shaharoh.com Band: Brian Farst, David Howard and Ben Ochieng
Marc Laroussini MFA 2 – Music MetaWare High School (Demo) MetaWare High School (Demo) Keeby, Sparkbag (Non-Calartians) https://not-fun-games.itch.io/metaware-high-school
Unreleased music video for “Modesty Odissey” by Brooklyn born artist Melanie Charles, whose creative fluidity spans jazz, soul, experimental, and her own Haitian roots.
Emily Evans We Are Sitting In A Room Inspired by Alvin Lucier’s “I Am Sitting In A Room,” this composition was created collaboratively by 12 students in my Production as Composition class at CalArts, currently “sheltering in place” at locations all around the globe. It started with a room tone…Then each student contributed a harmonic […]
Finding connections in this world…