Remix the City

Remix the City: Conference Project — Creative Interview Initiative

My goal in my conference was to create a space of otherness, where ones mind can be captivated by the illusion of communal thought and belief. This power, created and…

Remix the City: Conference Project — Do You Control Space?

The making of our conference project was definitely time consuming and harder than we thought it would be. We spent 15-16 hours straight in Heimbold, from 4pm to 8am the…

Remix the City: Space HiJack — Watch Where You Are Walking!

Remix the City: Questions of Space

Text, is not just letters combined into words, etc, it is an amalgam of predefined connotations asserted into the visual and analytical realm, and therefore there is a need to…

Remix the City: Space HiJack — Jenga

For my box project, I also started with confusion. Since we’ve been talking about cube mappings during class and the lab on gum box. I wasn’t sure what the project…

Remix the City: Questions of Space

My text project is on how to look at space, spatial relationship between abstract artwork and people. I watched the tutorials of After Effect on YouTube. I used typewriter effect,…

Remix the City: Conference Project — 100% YC Labels

My conference project is a series of sticker labels. My idea came from the clothing label. For my project, I made stickers for chairs, staircase handles, water fountains, plants and…

Remix the City: Visual Code of Heimbold

When I first saw Heimbold, I immediately thought of the art building in my high school in Rhode Island because the major glass doors and windows and the contour of…

Remix the City: Conference Project — MetroNorth Ad Bust

My project was replacing ads on the Metro North train with my own work. With this poster, I wanted to propose an alternative path to happiness/fulfillment than those suggested by advertisements. Advertisements suggest…

Remix the City: Conference Post #3

This is my completed infographic; it’s meant to look like a news site/app within an ipad screen. One of my concerns with this project was that it would end up…

Remix the City: Questions of Space

I did Questions of space for my text project, and had fun using the space of the screen as well as different fonts and effects to encapsulate the meaning or…

Remix the City: Questions of Space

With the inspiration of Bernard Tschumi, I came up with these questions of space! Is SPACE really space? Does SPACE get it’s own SPACE? Where does SPACE stop and start?…

Remix the City: Questions of Space

For my post of question of space, I am going to make a manifesto on space on abstract art after a very interesting reading experience of Ad Reinhardt’s How to…

Remix the City: Conference Project: Bubble Tent

In looking at the successes and failures of my implementation of my conference project, I wish I had been able to make a model/draft of it before installing it. The…

Remix the City: Conference Project Post #2 — 100% YC Labels

I am sticking with my original idea of conference project, doing a series of sticker labels. My first sticker project of IKEA is to deliver the message of using forced…

Remix the City: Conference Project Post # 2 — Emma’s Progress on “Brokeopoly”

So! I have assembled my board. I’s wraught with cynicism… perhaps dripping with sarcasm… But I’m thoroughly enjoying myself, so there’s that. I’m using actual classes I’ve taken, and on…

Remix the City: Conference Project Post #2 — MetroNorth Ad Bust

I’m excited (and perhaps a little nervous) to install my project. I’ve prepared 2 posters (and will hopefully prepare a 3rd) to replace the advertisements on the Metro North train…

Remix the City: Questions of Space

Does space require time? Is there an abnormal distance between whatever neurons in my head connect my thoughts to my mouth? (re: articulating myself is hard) When viewed at a microscopic level,…

Remix the City: Space HiJack — This Side Up

For my box project, I decided to make a box that says “this side up” on every side, but pointing different ways. I installed it in the Barbara Walters Gallery…

Remix the City: Comment — AfterEffects Reflection

Working with Adobe AfterEffects has been an extremely pleasant experience, especially in contrast to the challenges I faced when working with Gimp. What I enjoyed most about Adobe AfterEffects was…