Author: Francesca

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[HoD] Hyperessay: Artist Selection

Biography from Camille Utterback’s official website: Camille Utterback is an internationally acclaimed artist and pioneer in the field of digital and interactive art. Her works explores the aesthetic and experiential possibilities of linking computational systems to human movement and physicality in visually layered ways. Her work focuses attention on the continued relevance and richness of the body in our increasingly… Read more →

[HoD] Minimalism Art Movement

Overview     Minimalism (also known as ABC art, literal art, reductive art) is a major movement of postmodernist art. It started in the late 1950s but only peaked from mid to late 1960s. Minimalism artists created objects which often blurred the boundaries between painting and sculpture, and were characterised by unitary, geometric forms and industrial materials. There are three… Read more →

[F&V] Kinetic Beasts: Prototype – Process and Development

*Group OSS by JJ and Fran Selected Movements and Senses The initial movements that we chose were the dog’s running motion and flea’s jumping motion. However, we felt that these two movements didn’t have much co-relation with each other, hence we changed our selected movements to the dog’s scratching motion and flea’s jumping motion. After all, it is the flea… Read more →

[EI] Play, Draw, Point – Final Write-up

‘Let’s Play Stranger Art is a collaborative performance inspired by the works of Blast Theory, a UK-based performance group that creates interactive performances that engage the public community in site-specific locations. Participants of ‘Let’s Play Stranger Art’ are to pick a random slip of paper with a description of a facial feature and draw that specific feature on a piece… Read more →

[EI] Play, Draw, Point – Execution

Members of Let’s play Stranger Things: Daphne Ngatimin Francesca Nio Elizabeth Quek Yeoh Zhen Qi   Inspired by the works of Blast Theory, a UK-based performance group that creates interactive performances that engage the public community in site-specific locations, we were assigned to re-create similar collaborative performances using Singapore as our stage. We will be using the social media, Instagram as a… Read more →

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