For my final 4D project, I decided to run with a new concept and create a web game about manipulating time. Welcome to REWIND.
I made a montage about Lee Kuan Yew’s house. It was okay I guess.
Today in class, we were asked to create a video with our phones that expressed “clock time” (i.e. time measured linearly, in hours, minutes and seconds). Being the uncreative sod I am, I decided to go with an avant-garde video of my laptop’s digital clock, chronicling the moment it ticked from 4:24 to 4:25.
In our second 4D project, we’re once again tasked with taking a series of photographs. But now, rather than simply telling a story, we’re asked to take an object and subvert its meaning through photography. Each of us was assigned a different object — and in a stroke of misfortune, I was saddled with the humble doorknob.
I forgot to upload this exercise. Oops. Here are some experiments in photography featuring my friend Fizah.
Over the past two weeks, we were given 3 photography tasks to complete. Each task required us to take 3 photos revolving around a certain theme:
- Task 1: expressing something about yourself.
- Task 2: studying an object.
- Task 3: studying a place.
Seemed easy enough. Right? How hard could it be to take a series of photos?