For my final project, I want to bring my passion in video and sound into ICM. I encountered Xavier Cha a little over a year ago when she was giving a talk at my undergraduate studio art department and saw her video “abduct” which has stuck in my mind since then.
(image taken from Xavier Cha’s “abduct”)
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First animation group project! I was so excited about this class because I am a video artists and there are so many tools/topics (especially slow motion) I am interested in learning!
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I saw Tom Friedman’s exhibition “Ghosts and UFOs: Projections for Well-Lit Spaces” at Luhring Augustine a few weeks ago and was very inspired by his work.
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Halloween is my favorite holiday and hence I wanted to dedicate this midterm project to the season and make something fun and relevant!
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I was excited about museums’ API that are available online and initially wanted to work with MoMA’s artists database. However, I have encountered many issues loading it into p5 (it’s forever loading on the screen) since it is such a large file. I ended up working with this herbs and spices data I found on Github via https://github.com/dariusk/corpora/blob/master/data/foods/herbs_n_spices.json
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How exciting and scary that we are now combining ICM with Pcomp! I decided to try incorporating serial communication into a fun little sketch I created last week.
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Can’t believe it’s already time to wrap up intro to fabrication. I’ve been having a lot of fun in this class and will definitely miss weekend/late night shop sessions. For my final project, I made a pumpkin carriage that will run (a little) when you place the pumpkin onto the button.
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I had many ideas as soon as I learned about the material and fasteners assignment (mostly silly objects which seems to become a reoccurring theme in my work). The combination of felt and magnet is what I decided to work with this week. With the unique nature that magnet carries, I made a banana that can be peeled and reversed.
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I spent a lot of time reviewing old materials before watching new videos this week and doing so allowed me to clear up a lot of confusions I had earlier this semester. Although I couldn’t make everything I wanted to make happen in this week’s assignment, I am quite happy with my creation for the first time!
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