Category Archives: Writing

Max7 Project

My big idea to create using Max7 is an interactive touch screen that you can draw on. In order to choose the color you will draw in you must say it out loud. A microphone within the screen will recognize the … Continue reading

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Design Disruptors Writeup

The film Design Disruptors touches on the impact of good design, attributes that make  design successful, and how the design process can be manipulated to produce an effective result. Like the title of the film suggests, if you create something … Continue reading

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Origami Marionette Artist Statement

  The structure of my marionette is very vertical which contributes to its flow and rhythm. The parts of the crab shell lead the eye from the top point through the rings to the crab’s head and arms. My marionette … Continue reading

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Eva Hesse Film Writeup

On Wednesday, February 8, I attended a film about the artist Eva Hesse at Alfred University. Eva Hesse grew up in Hamburg, Germany with her Jewish parents, and sister during the reign of the Nazi regime. Although her immediate family … Continue reading

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Gallery Writeup

I attended a talk by Brian Murphy at the Llewellyn Gallery in the Science and Engineering Technology Building on Alfred State Campus on Thursday October 27, 2016. He discussed his inspiration behind and design process of his collection of works … Continue reading

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Gallery Writeup

A visit to the gallery to see the works of Marco Prisco left me with a page and a half of notes and a new vision of what gesture drawings can be. There were both spontaneous and deliberate forms, some … Continue reading

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17 Days

Day 1: Hunting for Hockney: Alice Dunseath: 3:13 This was easily my favorite piece of the 17 day collection. The clip’s deep feeling of grief and despair was immediately recognizable through the simply animated stick-figures in grayscale that opened the … Continue reading

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