1) First Critique Monday, March 1st:
First phase of projects are to be completed (choosing from Sound, Image, Interaction or Virtual). Works are to be ready to present at the start of class. Be prepared to discuss your next steps and the evolution of your final projects in relation to your progress. Project documentation and artist's statements are to be posted on your blogs/website. Please email me your blog/website addresses so I can post them on the blog for your classmates to comment!
2) Arduino, Processing and Interactivity. (EVERYONE WATCH THIS!)
http://processing.org/ note Exhibition for examples of projects
Processing and Arduino boards may be of interest to you - a little bit of effort, research and experimentation and you can be harnessing the power of this amazing software and hardware! This is an option for developing interactivity in your work.
3) Phonebooth Gallery Schedule:
Ok, we have six groups of two collaborating artists and six one week slots. Please email me your prefered dates - first come first served! We will see who is pay attention to the emails! ;-)
Groups and Dates: (all spots have been claimed!)
March 22-26 Luke & Audrey
March 29-April 1 Caitlin F. & Chantelle
April 5-9 Clinton & Ryan
April 12-16 Paige & Rorie
April 19-23 Travis & Kim
April 26-30 Caitlin C & Megan
Remember! First come first served! Email me ASAP!
Friday, February 26, 2010
Friday, February 12, 2010
For Monday, February 22nd, our next class meeting read the two essays by Brenda Laurel The Six Elements and the Causal Relations Among Them and Star Raiders: Dramatic Interaction in a Small World. I will be making copies of the reading for you that will be available in the Art Office. Prepare TWO TYPE WRITTEN questions for discussion (higher order questions please, no factual quiz like questions). Monday, February 22nd will involve an intense discussion and presentation of works related to the complex area of "interactivity". Come prepared!
Also, start researching interactive art online - each of you is to come prepared with at least one link to a work that you find interesting enough to share with the class!
(this coming Monday, the 15th, is a holiday, no class!)
First Critique! Monday, March 1st! The first phase of your projects are to be completed and ready to present. Also, be ready to discuss with the class, in the context of the critique, your next planned phase of development and the evolution of the work as we step towards the final projects.