Mapping the Invisible: Transforming Singapore urban data into art through effective colour pallets experimental animation prototype test at NTU Media Art Nexus (MAN).
As the previous visual exploration was rather abstract and does not seem to convey the data effectively, I’ve decided to change the visual approach to make it more condense and Read more →
I also made a comprehensive post on my other webpage for everything I’ve presented so far <:
After reading through my FYP report, I’ve decided to use nature environmental data (sunlight and air) to connect to colours and urban screen. As mentioned in my report – we perceive colours through the comparison with its surroundings. The contrast plays a role in determining how we recognise and react to the colours in our environment; the external conditions in both nature and Read more →
To bring out the indispensable relationship between sound and visuals.
Visual as analog currency for sound
Sound as analog currency for visuals
Jerobeam Fenderson and his Oscilloscope Music
Jerobeam Fenderson Talking About the Concept
The cathode ray oscilloscope shows an exact representation of the waveforms of the sound. Left/right audio channels trigger horizontal/vertical deflection of the cathode ray, whereby corresponding Lissajous figures are visualized. When Read more →
So i’ve been looking into codex as a possible final form of my fyp. In a way, developing from the idea of the codex as a dictionary, a way of classification of things and the way in which we should classify things led me to think about boundaries, or how do we dissect/ make sense of the world or specifically Read more →
Vanitas – Still Life, Pieter Claesz, 29.5 × 34.5 cm (11.6 × 13.6 in), Oil Painting
A vanitas painting contains collections of objects symbolic of the inevitability of death and the transience and vanity of earthly achievements and pleasures; it exhorts the viewer to consider mortality and to repent. (https://global.britannica.com/art/vanitas-art)
Using motifs to symbolise the futility of life, Read more →
from the comments section of his TED talk:
…it was a reminder to view the world as a continuum and also, to let the imagination explore rather than be rooted in what we expect to see.
The art in itself is not where the attention is meant to focus here. But on questions of perception, creation possibilities, and everything that lies Read more →