For our last assignment, we were asked to revisit our past work and try to synthesize the ideas and themes we’ve worked on this semester in order to create a project based around the idea of transformation. This class has been incredibly transformative in the way I approach projects, as I have now developed a [...]
Archive for April, 2010
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Dinner Suit(e): a test from Sarah Dahnke on Vimeo.
What if everything in the room was musical? You sit down at the table and hear a drum loop. You put down a book, and the guitar kicks in. You pick up a cookie and can fade in and out an organ. And [...]
When reflecting on my past projects, especially those at ITP, I was having a hard time with the fact that they were reactive vs. interactive. I went back and analyzed my project that was in the ITP show last semester, closer to you.
This project was reactive in the respect that the users changed the volume [...]
Our assignment was to create two wireless modules, one attached to an Arduino and one running off of battery power, that would give feedback in the way of LED brightness based on the amount of light a photocell detected. If the “mood lighting” was just right, an LED would illuminate on both modules.
This one should [...]
I’m a bit late posting this, as this is a presentation from the middle of January, but it’s funny to look back at these fantasy ideas that were formed before we learned much about networks. If I could do it all over again knowing what I know now, I’d probably still propose a network that [...]
For this week’s exercise, I wanted to utilize my expertise as a dancer and apply that to the idea of space, rather than create a physical object. I did a lot of meditations on the subject and, while I was familiar with his work already, kept returning to two of William Forsythe’s projects: Lines (Improvisational [...]