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Level Design: Carrot Escape!

My game, Carrot Escape is light-hearted, fun and designed to be a teaching tool for myself. I specifically picked different obstacles for the player to...

Drawing Machines: Early Experiments

Creating my first art with machines, in my first studio art class, has been such an interesting journey. My first experience working with a machine...

Drawing Machines: Early Experiments

During my academic career, never did I think I would be engaging in group assignments with machines but doing so has been a joyous exercise...

Drawing Machines: Early Experiments

This was the first piece I created in Drawing Machines that I truly resonated with. Created from old photo strips, playing cards, and my nearly...

Drawing Machines: Early Experiments

Based on the amount of control an artist gives up in attempting to glitch an image paired with the end-result of a computer producing a...

Level Design: Anxiety

For my autobiographical version of the space shooter game, I decided to make mine about my anxiety. I find anxiety to be more of an...

Cultural HiJack: Nap Sack

The Nap Sack project came into fruition when I was attending my lecture about sleep health. I learned that sleep deprivation is easily dismissed as...

Art from Code: Amusement Park Rides

My final project of Art From Code is Amusement Park. I chose this as my final project because I was interested in the interactive check-in...

Art From Code: A Response to Georg Nees

Comparing to Vera Molnar’s mathematical computer art, George Nees has a similar form but a very different idea. He uses noise and randomness to create...

Level Design: Expresso

When we were first given the task to create an “autobiographical shooter game”, I was initially at a loss. How could I take something from...

Art from Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

Grace Hertlein sought to digitalise nature. For her art work, she took inspiration from her natural surroundings. Eliminating the anatomical element from her computer art,...

Cultural HiJack: A Persona HiJack

Daly McGrath Several months before the start of the 2019 Fall Semester, I came across an account on Instagram featuring a person named Miquela Sousa,...

Cultural HiJack: Cloud Interludes

HOW IT ALL STARTED This project starts with me in late May of last year, surfing on Pinterest and seeing several photos of these DIY...

Art From Code: A Response to Grace Hertlein

In a report, Hertlein compared the computer art on display and creators present at the 1975 International Conference of Computers and the Humanitites (ICCH) and...