Month: March 2017

Digital Tools: The Art of The Gif

In making these gifs, my aim was to make them fun and playful, nothing too stiff. In making digital artwork, I oftentimes feel as though...

Fieldwork: Curation at the Swiss Institute #2

Since beginning my internship at the Swiss Institute, I’ve gotten to do a lot of different jobs. These have included page, receptionist, librarian, gallery assistant,...

Radical Games: Rescue

Rescue in its current form is an attempt to subvert the common RPG adventure trope of a hero rescuing a princess, but has been through numerous...

Radical Games: Mila

Mila is about a little girl (the titular character), who, lonely and estranged from her father, leaves her home to search for him. As she moves...

Radical Games: IV

This semester I’m setting out to make a game that comments on the medical industry by using mythical allegory to explain some of the horrors...

Digital Tools: The Art of the GIF

  This is one of my earlier tries to create gifs.  This gif is designed to have a foreground layer and a background layer, just like...

Radical Games: Nazi Punch The RPG

      Nazi Punch:The RPG is a hands on probe into the ethical dilemma of who it is or isn’t okay to use physical...

Radical Games: Borrowing

The elevator pitch for “Borrowing” goes something like: you play as a little yellow man who is moving into a home in the suburbs that’s way...

Urban Installation: Rafael Lozano-Hemmer

Mexican-Canadian artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, has created exceptional urban installations that have helped transform the ways in which we interact with our cities. He uses new...