Video Selfie: Binge Porn

Video Selfie: Binge Porn is a candid one-minute artistic video selfie on my obscure desire to junk binge assuming my mukbang digital alter ego. It plays on the notions of Food Porn and mukbang personalities that have assimilated into the isolation of those who eat behind their computer screens. Live developed film filter takes you back to a time where interactive technology had not existed, meals were physically aggregated.

The Telematic Embrace

This micro-project thrives on our ability to synthesise first and second space elements to construct by collaboration in a metaphysical third space. Through our desktop screens, we see a cohesive image of choreographed ideas. We are synchronising our actions in reality to interact with each other in the third space.

These scenes were screenshot during an interactive adobe connect session.

Our perception of reality through these spaces are thwarted. It is almost as if we are tangibly together in this stitched reality with no sense of realistic angle other than the one we had staged to frame our subject.

We also played with our ability to displace the visual reality by distorting matter through translucent objects.

 With proper choreography and collaborative effort, we are able to create complex motifs such as the ‘X’ in this photo.

Holding up objects of similar colours allows our visuals to react to each other and form a harmonious net of split screens. This synchrony shows that we are interacting with each other and each other’s visuals, and subsequently constructing a third space of our creative effort within the span of a screen.

micro project 1: experiment in social broadcasting

 

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Posted by Yeow Su Xian on Thursday, 18 January 2018

A new experience in social broadcasting. From creating a pseudo identity on social media to hosting a live broadcast with 18 other equally new classmates simultaneously in a collage on an online wall.

This micro project was both engaging for the artists and viewers, experiencing ADM from different angles, perspectives, personalities, and media — creating a ‘third space’ — breaking the walls that we had known to experience time and reality.

The derivative of this piece is a social wall of collapsed experiences and emotions, giving our perceived realities a different dimension, immortalising the moment in time that the ADM faculty, involved or not, had experienced through our Lives today.