Tag: experimental interaction

[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 →

[EI] Final Project: Play, Draw and Point – Development

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 secondary platform. The performance that we create aims to stretch art into life, breaking… Read more →

[EI] Symposium Hyperessay

Introduction In this hyperessay, I will be highlighting the segments of the symposium that stood out the most to me, namely Annie Abraham’s performance ‘Online Ensemble – Entanglement Training’ and two of Blast Theory’s works, ‘Kidnapped’ and ‘My One Demand’. All the works that will be mentioned have one thing in common – they encompassed the concept of DIWO and… Read more →

[EI] Micro-Project #9: Video Selfie

I am anonymous because I like the idea of being mysterious. I am fluid because I am adaptable to my situations. As an extremely camera-shy person, I am uncomfortable appearing on camera. Hence, I am totally fine with the idea of personification. That aside, I also feel that staying anonymous exudes an air of mystery which I really like, hence… Read more →

[EI] Annie Abrahams – Angry Women

‘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 is… Read more →

[EI] Micro-Project #8: I Am My Desktop

This is my desktop as it is, no staging whatsoever. I do my best to keep my desktop neat, but due to the amount of work that I have to get done every day, I usually only organise all my files at the end of each semester. My laptop wallpaper has remained the same for as long as I had… Read more →

[EI] Micro-Project #7: A Day in the Life of Super Participation

Find out about what happened in our day here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/346254359199743/ My group and I decided to execute this micro-project on Tuesday. It started at 12am sharp and as usual, most ADM students were still wide awake at this hour. The things that were shared throughout the day included the food we ate, projects we worked on, and thoughts that we were… Read more →

[EI] Face to Facebook

‘Face to Facebook’ is a mixed media installation that critiques on the lack of privacy on Facebook. It focuses on how easily our digital identity can be stolen, as well as how big corporations exploit these stolen identities to make profit. For this project, one million Facebook profiles were stolen and filtered through a face-recognition software. These profiles were then… Read more →

[EI] Micro-Project #6: The Art of the Meme

Here are the memes that Zhen Qi and I came up with during lesson! This micro-project is probably my favourite thus far! Meme-making is a favourite past time of my friends and I because they reflect our stressful school lives in a humorous manner. Surprisingly, it is stress-reliving to poke fun at our stressful lives through memes. I guess you… Read more →

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