Introduction First thing we do every morning has changed from nature’s calls to checking today’s emails and text messages on our Read more →
I've always struggled with public speaking but in general, any form of expression that required me to convey an understanding Read more →
DM2011 ISSUES IN INTERACTIVE MEDIA PRACTICE “Marla.” (2014) digital film, 15min Marla Bendini, Singapore “Marla.” is an experimental film that uses personal home video footage Read more →
In Race and Identity as Digital Assemblage, Jennifer Gonzalez discusses a website called Bodies Inc. This art interface made me Read more →
“You can’t escape your body even though people try to in cyberspace” a quote from Skawenatti, in the video “Feminism, Technology Read more →
Colibrí, the Spanish word for hummingbird. In Mexican indigenous culture it is a symbol of safe passage and a messenger between the Read more →
Coyote Slang term meaning one who smuggles migrants to the United States. In decades past coyotes used to work independently and Read more →
La Bestia Also known as The Beast, the mode of transportation taken by migrants from Mexico, Central and South America (and sometimes Read more →
May 07, 2014 - 03:00:39 pm
You are so cool! I don't think I've truly read a single thing like this before. So good to discover another person with unique thoughts on this subject matter. Seriously.. thank you for starting this up. This site is one thing that's needed on the web, someone with a bit of originality! For a better review please jump over to this blog: click here
Artist Statement I am a performing and visual artist; my preferred mediums are photography, choreography, and performance through acting, singing, and Read more →
May 06, 2014 - 12:39:51 am
This is a terrific collection of your works, Leisa! And a very interesting start to an artist statement to accompany it! I have sent Leisa a personal message with tracked changes of my thoughts for the artist statement, but I just wanted to write here in this space that the work itself is so sophisticated and interesting that I can't wait for the articulation of its aims to follow. I do love ending the statement with this playful sonic gesture of the laugh, though. With all the thinking that we've done about language this semester, to then think through what the laugh signifies (and it might express more than words can contain) can be very powerful. I am so excited to see how your project for this class develops!
Using an existing platform (google street view) as a tool to recreate impressions and memory derived from the journey home Read more →
Apr 30, 2014 - 05:23:53 am
Very cool! I would like to know how you created the high-speed Google drive through your neighborhood in Singapore.
Apr 30, 2014 - 05:29:44 pm
You can try it out here! http://hyperlapse.tllabs.io/ Or you can mess with the code- https://github.com/TeehanLax/Hyperlapse.js
May 01, 2014 - 07:14:19 am
Interesting, but is there any way to control it other than pausing? It would be nice to be able to slow it down...
May 02, 2014 - 03:02:23 am
Oh yea, you can change quite a few parameters within the coding- time between frames, distance between points, max no. of points, elevation, camera angle ...etc