Please Change Beliefs: An Analysis
BalaThursday, Feb 08, 2018 - 01:51:14 am
“Please Change Beliefs” is Jenny Holzer’s first project on the World Wide Web. She is famous for her Truisms – they’ve been displayed on storefronts, billboards, and other public places, such as Times Square in New York. A great number of people have derived pleasure and provocation from them. With “Please Change Beliefs” (1997), that number grows all the Read more →
The Telematic Embrace
BalaThursday, Feb 08, 2018 - 01:45:45 am
Last week, we immersed ourselves as a class into the third space with Adobe Connect. Our second spaces were relatively the same as we were all in the same classroom, but Adobe connect enabled us to see everyone at once, which was something we were previously not able to do due to our seating positions. It was also interesting to Read more →
PLEASE clap if you BELIEFS
The truth is malleable: this is a statement brazenly declared by Jenny Holzer’s work, Please Change Beliefs. In this artwork, Holzer provides a list of truisms on a website, where anyone may access and modify as many truisms as they’d like to. These edited truisms are then permanently added to an online database, creating an extensive list of Read more →
The World’s First Collaborative Sentence 1994 - Pioneer of The Multiple Authorship
Bella DaiWednesday, Feb 07, 2018 - 11:00:16 pm
Douglas Davis, the creator of one of the earliest artwork on the world wide web, The World’s First Collaborative Sentence 1994. It allows everyone to contribute words, video, photographs, sounds and etc. to this long sentence in the collective third space. It was commissioned by the Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, N.Y. and The City University of New York, with Read more →
Together, a story of many
Elizabeth QuekWednesday, Feb 07, 2018 - 09:27:39 pm
Week 3 Essay
Artwork title: Hello World! or: How I Learned to Stop Listening and Love the Noise
Artist: Christopher Baker
Medium: Multi-channel multimedia installation
Year created: 2008
Hello world is a video installation where 5,000 video diaries of various individuals are played along a wall. The people in the videos can be seen speaking in their rooms, kitchens, a space of comfort.
Walking into the Read more →
The World’s Longest Collaborative Sentence
Cecilia HyunJae ChoWednesday, Feb 07, 2018 - 09:23:53 pm
The World’s Longest Collaborative Sentence
“The Sentence has no end. Sometimes I think it had no beginning. Now I salute its authors, which means all of us. You have made a wild, precious, awful, delicious, lovable, tragic, vulgar, fearsome, divine thing.”
– Douglas Davis, 2000
What is “The World’s Longest Collaborative Sentence”?
“The World’s Longest Collaborative Sentence” is an collaborative and collective network based Read more →
Tan Xiang ReiWednesday, Feb 07, 2018 - 07:59:10 pm
So for this mini project, professor Packer had us to think about negotiation, on collaboration, where the class sync up their actions and create a composite image. I had to sit out on this project, as adobe connect was not working on my laptop.
Creating the composite image was hard as seen by the constant exclamation Read more →
research critic on Jenny Holzer's Please Change Believes
Tan Xiang ReiWednesday, Feb 07, 2018 - 07:03:55 pm
Jenny Holzer’s please change believes, is a work base on the world wide web, where she invites the audiences to contribute and change the given truism. Her body of work focuses on the delivery of words and ideas in public spaces. These short truisms are very direct and are very obvious for us. However, by inviting the viewers to Read more →
Truisms over the years
Jenny Holzer’s ‘Please Change Beliefs’ (1995) is an interactive work that is available to the public via the internet. Jenny Holzer has a list of Truisms that she came up with and as the title suggests, the viewer is invited to modify a common truism that they choose.
The viewer first arrives on the homepage that include one of the many Read more →
Like, Favourite and Subscribe!
Tan Yue LingWednesday, Feb 07, 2018 - 09:47:31 am
|| Hello World! (2008) by Christopher Baker is a audio-visual wall installation that comprises of over 5000 videos taken from social media websites like Youtube, Facebook and MySpace. Each of them are a personal video recording from an individual to an imaginary audience (vlogging = video + blogging). The collective motley of voices that results can either seem meditative or Read more →