An angry woman is vindictive beyond measure, and hesitates at nothing in her bitterness. -Jean Antoine Petit-Senn
This quote seems relevant to the work we analyse this week. Annie Abrabrams’s Angry Woman (2013) is a work done over the third space, where she invited 22 other women of different nationalities to be on an online platform where they all Read more →
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|| In Angry Women (2013) by Annie Abrahams, female participants had their webcam screens lined up in a 4×3 grid and vocalised their anger in front of the camera. This entire project involved 24 participants, and none of them knew Read more →
I guess anything that can be customized would reflect your own personality.
you can see the educational ‘Ambook’ icon, which is an e book, I had a you tube converter, and many other apps that I used in school, its a real mouthful to explain them all. I guess in a way its, a reflection of how I don’t take to Read more →
Title: Angry Woman
Artist: Annie Abrahams
There is a total of 5 videos in the series Angry Woman made by Annie Abraham. In the first two videos 24 women of different nationalities would express their anger on camera at home, in their own language. The next two videos feature the women expressing their anger on camera in a single language, number Read more →
‘Angry Women’ is a video installation by Annie Abrahams and 22 other women of different nationalities. This project features these women reflecting on their anger and irritation, then expressing these raw emotions in their native language in front of their webcams. The performance will come to an end when every single angry thought has left the women and this Read more →
Annie Abrahams is a Dutch performance artist/curator who uses different means of communication via the online platform to examine and test out the potential and boundaries of social communication between humans regardless of distance or time zone differences. One of the perks of mass media is that it warrants interconnectivity, uniting people from all over the globe Read more →
Social broadcasting is the future of traditional medias such as the television and newspaper.
The broadcasting of video, text and pictures directly to an intended audience through social media channels such as Facebook, Youtube, Instagram and other channels as opposed to traditional channels such as radio, TV and print.
Above is the exact definition of social broadcasting. Most social media platforms are Read more →
The screenshot shown above is an unfiltered, genuine depiction of my desktop at the present moment. As you can see the files have yet to be organized and usually end up organized either at the end of every month or the end of the semester. This desktop is the evidence of post-cleaning. I generally like to keep my files out Read more →
I put my sidebar on the right for 1. aesthetic, 2. easy access (if I use touchscreen), and 3. because I prefer to compromise width than height for my window sizes (which would happen with the default sidebar on bottom).Firefox for the Internet, because I love being able to have a lot of control over my privacy settings File Explorer for Read more →
This is not my main laptop, so the desktop is less messy. Ever since I have a digital identity. I always show the different side of myself. Just like the difference between my main laptop desktop and this. I use my main laptop mostly for my design work. There are my old design files, a lot of software, current school Read more →