• Social in Practice: the Art of Collaboration

    Very excited to announce that “Be the Witness” will be showing this month at the Nathan Cummings Foundation “Social in Practice” exhibition, curated by Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas. Curated by Deb Willis and Hank Willis Thomas at The Nathan Cummings Foundation View this email in your browser Social in Practice: The Art of [...]

  • “Lenticular Drawing” ITP Spring Show

    Lenticular Drawing Spring Show ITP 2013 from Talya Stein Rochlin on Vimeo. “Lenticular Drawing”: where two real time drawings combine into one. The artists are drawing in tandem and responding to each other’s piece. In one iteration the drawing is live, in the second they are prerecorded. A two channel video is projected onto a [...]

  • Big Screens/ Screen Test

    Visual References From Week 2 screen test: Our second week we tested visuals on the screen at IAC. Talya and I shot a series of textures, structural environments, and the performer on the roof just to test her scale and size.

  • Lenticular Drawing

    This weekend I participated in a 3 day Mappathon at Reverse Art Space in Williamsburg, BK. It was an amazing workshop headed by Chi Ka focused on projection mapping with MadMapper and Modul 8. I collaborated on the below installation with Talya Stein. Using a lenticular print as a format to draw a drawing within [...]

  • DIA Beacon

    Went up to DIA Beacon this Sunday which is a place I have been meaning to go for many years. I went especially at this time because this semester I am creating two installation projects involving video, one being for my Project Development course. Some notes/ quotes I took with that installation in mind: 1.Think [...]

  • The Armory Show

    I love going to the Armory show each year. One, best people watching ever. Two, a great way to check the pulse of what is hot on the market in terms of the gallery world. I find a lot of inspiration from the diversity of work. This year I was transfixed by the methods of [...]

  • Mood Board

    This week for my Project Development course I made a new prototype along with a mood board of what kind of piece I am thinking of making. During the week I decided to move forward with my “psychological door slamming video experience” versus my “topographic map of accumulated movement in a room”. The mood board [...]

  • ITP Winter Show: Remnent

    The final fabrication of my heat sculpture for the ITP Winter Show is a handmade glass box with two holes and a copper tube running through. Attached to the suspended copper tube are two USB powered coffee mugged warmers which are attached to an Arduino. Suspended from the ceiling is a kinect which reads whether [...]

  • Emerging Processes in Video Art: First Sketch

    For our first assignment we were asked to play with the openFrameworks video player and scrubbing times/ perspectives. I was interested in exploring user created double exposures over the moving image. One missing piece here would be an audio track that moves and develops with the motion of how the video is being played. The [...]

  • PComp Final Documentation

    In my final presentation for my PComp final, Traces, I presented my sculpture which melts gelatin according to the movements occurring in the room directly in front of the sculpture. The project began with intensive research about a type of material I could manipulate to move and then recongeal once the movement ceased. Almost like [...]

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Social in Practice: the Art of Collaboration

Social in Practice: the Art of Collaboration

Very excited to announce that “Be the Witness” will be showing this month at the Nathan Cummings Foundation “Social in Practice” exhibition, curated by Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas. Curated by Deb Willis and Hank Willis Thomas at The Nathan Cummings Foundation View this email in your browser Social in Practice: The Art of [...]

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“Seamful and Seamless Design in Ubiquitous Computing”

This article makes a distinction between being completely unaware of the system design (seamless) versus being aware of some of it’s functionality (seamfulness) so that you can customize, or augment, certain functionalities as a user. Mixed reality situations are what they discuss in detail though much of what the core concepts of the article relate [...]

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Simple Navigation Device

Simple Navigation Device

Simple Navigation Device from Alexandra Diracles on Vimeo. This is a prototype for a simple navigation device which receives serial input wirelessly and gives directions via LED output. The arduino code is a a series of if statements for the incoming bytes and digitalWrite to the LEDs with delays depending on which byte is received.

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Live Web Final Proposal

Live Web Final Proposal

For my final project in Live Web I am creating a “collective stress ball”. Using web sockets combined with three.js I am setting up a game of sorts. When users open the webpage via their mobile devices they will be able to squeeze and morph the collective stress ball. Using the mobile controller I am [...]

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First WebGL Cube

First WebGL Cube

Last week I completed my first webGL cube. This cube is wrapped in an image of my choice and the mouse turns the rotation on and off.

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Co-workin’ App

Co-workin’ App

Problem: In co-working environments, such as ITP, we are motivated to work harder and explore more thanks to being surrounded by people who are doing so. But what about when you are working from home? Away from the buzz of your co-working environment. Proposed Solution: A google chrome extension which allows you to see if [...]

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Data Science: Project Proposal

This week we are proposing our projects for my Data Science course. The purpose is to analyze a set of data and create a story with it (a non fiction story ). Here are my areas of interest/ proposed ideas: ____________________________ 1) Parse Foursquare data Question: What is the friendliest neighborhood in NYC? https://developer.foursquare.com/overview/ -parse [...]

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“Lenticular Drawing” ITP Spring Show

“Lenticular Drawing” ITP Spring Show

Lenticular Drawing Spring Show ITP 2013 from Talya Stein Rochlin on Vimeo. “Lenticular Drawing”: where two real time drawings combine into one. The artists are drawing in tandem and responding to each other’s piece. In one iteration the drawing is live, in the second they are prerecorded. A two channel video is projected onto a [...]

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    Very excited to announce that “Be the Witness” will be showing this month at the Nathan Cummings Foundation “Social in Practice” exhibition, curated by Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas. Curated by Deb Willis and Hank Willis Thomas at The Nathan Cummings Foundation View this email in your browser Social in Practice: The Art of [...]

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  • “Seamful and Seamless Design in Ubiquitous Computing”

    This article makes a distinction between being completely unaware of the system design (seamless) versus being aware of some of it’s functionality (seamfulness) so that you can customize, or augment, certain functionalities as a user. Mixed reality situations are what they discuss in detail though much of what the core concepts of the article relate [...]

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  • Social in Practice: the Art of Collaboration

    Very excited to announce that “Be the Witness” will be showing this month at the Nathan Cummings Foundation “Social in Practice” exhibition, curated by Deborah Willis and Hank Willis Thomas. Curated by Deb Willis and Hank Willis Thomas at The Nathan Cummings Foundation View this email in your browser Social in Practice: The Art of [...]

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  • “Seamful and Seamless Design in Ubiquitous Computing”

    This article makes a distinction between being completely unaware of the system design (seamless) versus being aware of some of it’s functionality (seamfulness) so that you can customize, or augment, certain functionalities as a user. Mixed reality situations are what they discuss in detail though much of what the core concepts of the article relate [...]

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