Progress is made. I got a new book/reference, and found new direction and key words to look up.
Looking into the theme of ero-guro or ero-guro nansensu (erotic grotesque nonsense), a rebellion of grotesque imagery exploring the fragmentation of the body in Japan of the 1930s. I expanded the fragmentation of the society with its instability and purported that the body Read more →
Summing up my idea.
My first post here in the FYP group and many more to come.
Brief Description and Key Tasks
-To Display the Physicality of Sound through visuals.
-Create an engaging work that asks for the participation of audiences.
-Making people question the technicality and requirements behind creating new media elements like sound and images.
Our sensory capabilities are what make the Read more →
Books that I’ve read:
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: Theory of Colours, Published by J. Murray, 1840
Wassily Kandinsky: Concerning the Spiritual in Art, Published by Dover Publications, 1977Characteristics and spirituality of colours and it’s opposing Shades of colours
Johannes Itten: The Elements of Colour, 1st Edition, Published by John Wiley&Sons, 1970Covers the details (more towards the objective) of colour principles Colour in Physics 12 Colours Read more →
Definitionto act in accordance or harmony; comply to act in accord with the prevailing standards, attitudes, practices, etc., of society or a group to be in harmony or accord
Roman Opalka (Painter / Conceptual Artist)
On Kawara (Conceptual Artist)
Joseph Kosuth (Conceptual Artist / Theoretician)
Charlie Clark (Interactive Designer)
Bredan Dawes (Designer / Artist)
Andy Willis (Designer / Artist)
After last week consultation, I dive straight into looking at microscopic images of brain, cells & other related imageries and I find them really fascinating.
One common thing that I’ve found among all my research is that they all have this “veiny” looking structure, almost like a vector line art which I thought was pretty interesting.
Based on the images, I managed Read more →
#1 Particle Physics
Particle physics (also high energy physics) is the branch of physics that studies the nature of the particles that constitute matter (particles with mass) and radiation (massless particles).
Here’s a website where they curated a whole list of videos dedicated to Higgs Boson to learn more about it.
Minute Physics provides an energetic and entertaining view of old and new problems in physics — all in a minute!
This particular Read more →
This (experimental) project has to do with a previous work for URECA surrounding mythology as well as previous research in the field of Japanese erotic-grotesque (ero-guro-nansensu) With a special focus on grotesque representations in Japanese tales, this work hopes to shed light on the contexts and reasons behind Setsuwa tales.
Aesthetic ApproachIllustrative Dotwork and linework Typewriter One color, Black and white Watercolor Read more →
I’m hoping to do up a multimedia immersive environment installation and hopefully including some audio visuals as well, whereby it will be an experiment on abstraction, symmetry, movements and audio.
I’ll mostly be experimenting with abstract visual effects such as particles, fluids and fractals.
The medium/software that I’ve chosen would most probably be Houdini and I’m hoping to use TouchDesigner as well.
Credits: Knewave Read more →
The two ideas I have so far either explore body horror and abjection or a personal narrative exploring memory, journaled and documented through zines.
Artists that I find applicable
Makoto Aida: I love Aida’s style of body horror. After looking through pictures of other work featuring ero guro nansensu, I did feel that a lot of the work previously created was mainly for shock Read more →