Final Project Work

Artist Statement  ‘Kaleidoscope’  Claire Scroope Materials used: digitally taken photographs transformed with Adobe Photoshop CS6 This artwork is a set of images transformed into abstract kaleidoscopes. The concept for this work was to take photographs of the natural environment and then manipulate them digitally to create an artwork containing iterative patterns. This artwork represents the…

Assessment 2: Digital coding/ processing sketch

Animated Sketches Sketch 1) Sketch 2) Artist statement: The sketches represent the theme of iteration through repeating the process of creating numerous rectangles. The inspiration for an animated sketch was drawn from looking at experimental processes on tumblr. Inspiration also came from Vera Molna’s untitled work and Sol Lewitt’s 13/11 artwork explored in the lectures by Jo Law. Molna…

Assessment 1: Analogue coding/ instructions and procedures

Nam June Paik is an innovative Korean artist who creates artistic potential in using television and how it can be used for complex artistic purposes. Paik used TV in his artworks as an influential social icon and as objects in his works. He is an artist who delves into studying electronics and engineering, which can…

Workshop 2: Human fax machine/ codification and communication

This week’s exercise was focused on the human fax machine and delving into different types of codes. This is an experiment using groups working together to form a ‘human fax machine’. Each of our groups were given an image and we were to transmit it to our other group by only using sound signals. The…

Workshop 1: Visual telegraph/ mediation and communication

‘SOS SOS. CQD CQD. Titanic. We are sinking fast. Passengers are being put into boats. Titanic’. This was the message our group received from another group. Groups went to either side of a location and decoded messages being sent across. The group sending us the message created a form of morse code using body movement….