Author: Tan Yue Ling

Year 3 VC!!

[Final Hyperessay] teamLab – Graffiti Nature: Lost, Immersed and Reborn (2018)

  One of teamLab’s most recent art installations Graffiti Nature: Lost, Immersed and Reborn (2018) is situated in Amos Rex, an art museum in Helsinki, Finland. It is just one of the many exhibitions that teamLab has globally in countries such as France, Japan, and even Singapore. teamLab is based in Japan and is an “art collective” of “ultra-technologists” that… Read more →

[Artwork selection] Teamlab: Graffiti Nature – Lost, Immersed and Reborn

  It was tough choosing an artwork from Teamlab’s amazing range of works but I have settled for their Graffiti Nature – Lost, Immersed and Reborn that best exhibits the aspects of interactivity, hypermedia and immersion.   Medium: Paper, crayons/colour pencils, Unity, projection mapping, sensors.   How it works:   Participants are able to colour in a stencil of aplant… Read more →

Artist Selection: teamLab

  For my Final Research Hyperessay, I am stoked to find out more about teamLab, an artist collaborative group based in Japan that currently is having one of their exhibitions Future World in Singapore! Since I’m taking Viscomm and Programming, I find their works really relevant and hope to learn more about their design philosophy. Read more →

The Start of Design

Design started back in the cavemen times. When society first began, design was born out of the need to get it to function and make it easier for people to carry out tasks. Be it for cooking and rituals, where pottery was needed, to transportation, where wheels were invented, to mysterious structures like the Stonehenge, people had to refine design… Read more →

Experimental Fashun

  – The Premise –   ———- || Using the social broadcasting platform of Facebook live, my group decided to do an interactive project called ‘Experimental Fashun’ (‘Fashion’ stylised as ‘Fashun’). We split our group of four into pairs whereby one person will be the ‘interviewer’ and the other will the ‘model’. The model’s homework is to select 5 pieces of… Read more →

Virtual Insanity

[On Social Broadcasting: A Communications Revolution]   || During the Art of the Networked Practice 3-day (or night) symposium that took place from 29th-31st March 2018, I got to listen to very insightful speakers and witness before my very eyes how far art has grew simultaneously with technology. It is amazing to think how unfathomable all of these works would… Read more →

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