For my final projects at ITP, I combined my assignments for Physical Computation and ICM. This made a lot of sense to me, as I genuinely am more enthusiastic about coding if it is part of a physical piece or installation. I am not sure if my ideas or feelings towards code have changed. Honestly,… Continue reading Black Projections – ICM
For my final project, I’m creating a device that invites people to destroy interrogate the idea of the colonial time project (linear time) and investigate how colonization and race as technologies have led to erasure of past and other ways of being, destruction of magic, while creating the “one-world world,” a term coined by John… Continue reading Black Projections – Update
For our unit on sound using p5.js, my partner Lizzy and I created a 30 second composition called “Calls.” For our project, we knew that we wanted to incorporated recorded / found sound at the basis of our project. Lizzy from a previous project had recordings of different birds from the Northeast. We tested these… Continue reading Calls – p5.js sound
For Introduction to Computational Media, we had to create some sort of p5.js sketch that we would then present to the class for five minutes. I had a hard time coming up with an idea of what to do initially, but then remembered back to an old idea / old source of inspiration which was… Continue reading #FuckChristopherColumbus
The World of Computation is still very new to me. A few years ago, I had no idea what that word meant or that it could be something that I could use. In many ways, I feel like I still cannot completely fathom all the possibilities of computational media. As an artist I am interested… Continue reading Computation and Me
My creative process of creating two-dimensional designs or video has mostly been through the use of existing platforms and softwares such as those in the Adobe Creative Suite series. After accidentally falling into a design role at my last job, I began to become curious about other ways that I could use technology to tell… Continue reading Why Computational Media?