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Final project of the year: Remix

Remixing first brings to mind music that has been rewritten, but as we discussed in class this term can evoke much more than that; culture itself if one was daring enough to dive into the philosophy of creativity and originality. I first tried to mix music but was limited by my inability to download anything…

Artist Conversation- Micol Hebron

Micol Hebron is a multi-media and social artist, who displays her activism and ideologies through her art. Hebron is widely known for her outspokenness surrounding gender equity, and the over sexualization of the human body, mainly feminine bodies. She may be most recognized through her male nipple sticker that is used primarily to censor female…

Sustainable art

My sustainable art was compiled of items that I found and repurposed either in my room or garage. They included: magazines that were going to be thrown away; Christmas lights; color changing lights from my room; a hamper; clothes that were gonna be donated, a cup; books from my shelves; a projector; a mirror; a…

Virtual Worlds

On Roblox users have the capability of playing and creating servers with games that they create on them. How the platform works is that once a server becomes popular enough it will gain more people playing it and rise on the website’s search or front page. The platform gives artists the ability to explore what…

Vlog about Vlog

What was your goal with your video? My goal was to practice talking to the camera Did you accomplish your goal? Why? Or why not? I didn’t accomplish how I wanted my video to sound, I tried many many many times and i didnt like how i was talking to the camera. What would you…

Drawing and your Brain

The automatic drawing we had consisted of, “why are you moving it” and “why are you so stiff.” It was fun to do an activity together as well as have an activity to have during this quarantine. When we finished, I saw a sun and clouds, Melvin saw a Cannon. Peaceful vs war, or just…

Artist Conversation- Mahsa Soroudi

This week’s Artist conversation was vicariously lived through watching Glenn Zucman interview Mahsa Soroudi. Soroudi is an Iranian born artist that at the time of the interview lived in Newport beach, after leaving Tehran, Iran five years earlier. Previously living in Malaysia for a year, then the east coast of the US for half a…

Shocking Art

Why did you choose this idea? As soon as I heard the word “shocking” my mind was reminded of another “uncomfortable.” I thought of what made me uncomfortable, and what I’ve seen others have been uncomfortable with, and the first thing that came to mind then was nudity. After I thought I wanted to do…