Research Critique – “Here Come The Videofreex”

Videofreex and neighbors at Lanesville General Store. 1973 — Photo by John Dominis (b. USA, 1927 – 2013)

‘Breaking the manipulative television’ is what I would describe the Videofreex as. The crews became rebels as they covered mainstream America using the arrival of a new device which gave them the ability to play back videos immediately, the Portapak. They captured the displeasure and division of the country but what was the point of it when people could not see these footages? Continue reading Research Critique – “Here Come The Videofreex”

[Internet Art & Culture] Alter Ego

Video Double – Facebook Live
A Micro-Project

Internet Art & Culture – Alter Ego (This is for a school assignment, please ignore, thanks)

Posted by Dina Anuar on Thursday, 24 August 2017

A Cat Whisperer
Social media has been a platform for us to express ourselves, especially what we think we should be perceived as. Although it is true that I love cats, I would sometimes exaggerate myself as a ‘Cat Lady’ online by posting photos of my cats.
Continue reading [Internet Art & Culture] Alter Ego

[Internet Art & Culture] Real-Time Aggregation

Social Broadcasting – Facebook Live
A Micro-Project

Social Broadcasting for ADM Internet Art & Culture.

Posted by Dina Anuar on Thursday, 17 August 2017


Project Description
Each student was asked to broadcast via Facebook Live and search for interesting visuals while walking around the school for 15 minutes. At the end of the broadcast, all live feeds of the students would be arranged in a grid to form a ‘video wall’.

The main purpose of this project was to explore how multiple broadcasting was able to change our perspective in viewing the piece as a single work. Continue reading [Internet Art & Culture] Real-Time Aggregation