New Genres

New Genres: The Infinite Box of Things

For my last project in Interactive Art, I ended up creating a house of nostalgia. The installation consisted of a cardboard box house, spray painted...

New Genres: Supernova Motion Chamber

My first project this semester was a collaboration with my classmate Andrew Murdock. We created an installation using mylar and bright orange neon strings. Outside,...

New Genres: Move(s)(r) / Gus

For my second project this semester I made an installation intended to get people moving. At first, I had thought of making an installation that...

New Genres: Community Blanket

The original inspiration for this project was that our housemates often spend evenings knitting together, talking and watching television. We both love knitting, finding it...

New Genres: Gumball Processing

For my second piece this semester, I wanted to have fun. According to my therapist and mother, I am autistic. Because of this, I process...

[New Genres] Supernova

When we began planning the art party, I had no idea what it would look like, or even really what making it would entail. But...

[New Genres] Daydream Simulator 5000

This project went through many iterations before it took the form that I presented at open studios on Tuesday. I knew I wanted to experiment...

[NEW GENRES: Interactive] Singularity

Trigger Warning: Sexual Assault, Eating Disorders In Physics, the term ‘singularity’ refers to the phenomenon of all things colliding into a singular point. Theoretically, the...

New Genres: Supernova Installation

Claim 1: If I communicate to other people through a sound visualizer and text-to-speech library, then it will feel equivalent to or easier than talking...

New Genres: Secondary

  To start this project off, I looked through the works of Josef and Anni Albers because I love the way that both of them...

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Conference Project: Cardboard Chair

  When I was asked what I wished to do differently in Heimbold, my answer was “sit.” This made sense at the time, because Heimbold...

Happy Halloween

  Dear Remix & Nothing, Our fans in NYC wish you all a “happy haunting”....