Research Critique: Collapse of PAL
“I could only understand it as irrational and void of meaning, and so I walked away from it, confused and titillated”- Rosa Menkman.
This is also how I also felt after watching Rosa Menkman’s Collapse of PAL (2012). Confused I took to the internet to find out what PAL even was. Turns out I have been unknowingly Read more →
Singing My Way Home
KamaruleWednesday, Sep 16, 2015 - 04:33:13 pm
I was walking home after buying some food at a nearby food stall. There were beautiful lights being put up along the trees, so I decided to broadcast it to the whole world! How cliche is that! But that’s what happened! And it reminds me of Coldplay’s song Fix You, where the lyrics goes like ‘lights will guide you home’. So Read more →
Pirate Broadcast II: Periscope
EsmondWednesday, Sep 16, 2015 - 03:42:57 pm
So I decided to broadcast a live show of me cooking lunch in my hall room.
Lunch menu: Onion, tomato & pepper stir-fried chicken, kailan, hard-boiled egg and bread.
Initially I found it hard to hold the phone and cook at the same time, so after painstakingly taking a couple of screenshots, I took a few minutes to find a place where Read more →
The Shredder & Riot by Mark Napier
In this piece by Mark Napier, The Shredder is an alternative web browser that turns web pages into digital confetti in which it sort of “tears” the website and mixes the layers that we don’t usually see in a “well done” website.
It somehow mixes code with the usual website and presents a kind of abstract way of looking at websites. Read more →
KamaruleWednesday, Sep 16, 2015 - 07:55:38 am
Jodi derived from combining two of its members name, Joan Heemskerk & Dirk Paesmans.
In a nutshell, jodi.org is a website. But in actuality, it’s more than just a website. Here, you guys got to check it out! Do not worry if you feel like your browser is getting out of control, it is art! Glitch Art!
Jodi.org starts on Read more →
Micro-Project: Pirate Broadcast II
Here are some screengrabs from my latest broadcast on Periscope. I haven’t been shooting much outdoors because I’m afraid I’ll bust my bandwidth. Today I took a few random snippets of my activities, but this one had been my most viewed so far. I Read more →
Pirate Broadcasting Part II
For my micro-project, I did my homework live in front of an audience. It felt really weird having a live broadcast. I was making pictures using cyanotype and I really fumbled a lot of times because I felt that I needed to entertain the people watching.
It was hard to do things with my camera in the way so i Read more →
Final Project Initial Ideas
KamaruleMonday, Sep 14, 2015 - 02:31:31 am
As mention during the class about a few weeks ago, for the final project, I have an idea of combining live feed of road traffic cameras of the traffic heading towards Malaysia via Second Link or the Causeway. Juxtaposing it with another bridge which Randall suggested the golden gate bridge at san francisco.
I’ve manage to find out more of the Read more →
Micro-project: Pirate Broadcast
The video is of me broadcasting environment to the world but in my perspective, that is through my voice, facial expressions and voice tones.
The basis of this is to give you a glimpse of my life without feeding you too much of the scenes. I want the audiences to follow me and to use their creative side to imagine Read more →
Micro-Project: Pirate Broadcasting
EsmondThursday, Sep 10, 2015 - 11:24:23 am
Broadcasting from the SRC: My attempt at the Ronaldinho Crossbar Challenge
And here is the original video from Nike featuring Ronaldinho:
Obviously, I am no Ronaldinho. Oh well.