My three topics of interest for the final are environmental perception, social perception, and absurdism
For a project that uses Isadora and Syphon, I want to create a crystal ball that can take video calls. The globe shows eerie visuals, and when a Facetime call comes in, it appears on the ball.
I never understood spacetime or the theory of relativity, and I still don’t, but “Einstein’s Dreams” provides entertaining hypotheticals for time that question our experience of reality. Continue reading “Einstein’s Dreams”
This man is looking at nothing.
This week, we started test three concepts. Continue reading “Midterm Progress”
Robert Irwin is a master in illusion. For him, “aesthetic perception itself [is] the pure subject of art. Art exist[s] not in objects but in a way of seeing.” It requires an active viewer to take it in and, hopefully, become altered, even if only for a second. Irwin induces a change in perception through his work, making the viewer reexamine their environment – which includes themselves. He believes the role of artists is to prod the relationship between the mind and the body, as two parts that are “equally dependent and mutually exclusive”[source]. This to me is the real magic of art; it can force an awakening of the mind and the body as separate things. When you become aware of the whole of you, in the environment, it produces a jolt of exaltation. It’s the most spiritual act I’ve experienced.
Continue reading “Seeing is Forgetting The Name of The Thing One Sees”