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Comment on Project Hyperessay – Conclusion by Randall Packer Wed, 16 Apr 2014 01:28:39 +0000 Your project very successfully explores the way in which media can be inserted into the individual’s private space, and how the individual reacts/responds to that invasive action. It would be interesting to explore a more detailed analysis photo by photo, which I will do when I look at the results of the project more carefully. In the meantime, this is a good general observation of the phenomenon of the paparazzi and how their actions simply amplify all of us who wield cameras.

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Comment on Between you and I…It’s a PostSecret by Hoong Wei Long Tue, 25 Mar 2014 12:18:37 +0000 Yeah I do think that the “handmade” quality of many of these postcards sent in have a personal feel to them. While we will probably never find out how the sender looks like, we can almost imagine what sort of a person he/she might be from the choice and look of the text, visuals, handwriting etc.

And I agree that we most certainly do seek that kind of understanding from each other. It’s definitely very interesting to see how this need manifests into different forms and behaviours in our social lives

Comment on Between you and I…It’s a PostSecret by Tan Chinfang Tue, 25 Mar 2014 07:14:49 +0000 i like the fact that you question about people actually volunteered to tell their secrets. Not to mention that the took the extra effort to mail the postcard. It makes me wonder though, that maybe, deep down everyone wishes someone to know everything about them. Perhaps humans just want to seek understanding or acknowledgements? but yet we are afraid of the consequences and the responsibility tied down on us.

Maybe it is also a way for them to let out everything in their mind? Writing it out on postcard feel more personal and it perhaps mark its importance even more.

Comment on Screenshot Experiments by Lim Wei Siong Sat, 01 Mar 2014 01:11:31 +0000 There seems to be something disorienting and transformative about these degradation experiments. Indeed the resizing exercise seems most interesting, exposing the quirks of the approximation patterns that the image processing software uses.

I’m not sure about the direction this is going though. It feels quite technical, maybe like the user submitted sketches at OpenProcessing.

Some of the artists that you’ve previously cited, found ways to highlight the inherent workings of the digital format, such as Thomas Ruff, who’s low-resolution archive of JPEG images are printed out on to a huge scale. This changes the way which we normally view these images (on screen). It seems like there is a need for artists to deconstruct the current formats in order to better understand it.

Comment on Screenshot Experiments by Randall Packer Mon, 24 Feb 2014 20:47:04 +0000 Great documentation on the process!

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