Response to Georg Nees

For the first version of this assignment I began with a single circle which then loop into randomness. It transitions from order to disorder. I...

Art From Code: A Response to Georg Nees

For my response to Georg Nees I did three separate instances of a pattern showing random progression. By doing this I was able to experiment...

Art from Code: A Response to Vera Molńar

Molnar’s work focuses on the breakup of repeating units, mostly expressed as a series of increasingly distruped strokes or shapes. In this project, I have...

Level Design: Octavia’s Garden Party

When I was presented with the Ferro sample game, Angel Cakes, my first conceptual thought process had to do with working with a limited toolset....

Art From Code: A Response to Vera Molnár

Repetition isn't inherently meaningful or creative, but I think Molnár's process is interesting in the way it highlights small decisions. The small decisions an artist...

Level Design: Catnip Quest

My initial thoughts for Catnip Quest were that it would closely emulate Lauren Ferro’s Angel Cakes Game, replacing angels with cats, cakes with catnip, etc....

Art From Code: A Response to Vera Molnár

The images above are my series inspired by Vera Molnár’s work and the concept of gradualism. Coming into this assignment, I thought that I had...

Art From Code: A Response to Vera Molnár

Vera Molnár uses repetition to uncover, play with, and alter the rules of composition in art. She creates her work by destabilizing and then stabilizing...

Level Design: Seagull’s Snack

My game is Seagull’s Snack, a collection game in which a seagull moves along the beach eating food. As this was the first game I...

Level Design: Bladeblossom

When we, the Level Design class of fall 2019, were told to build a collection game, I initially struggled with ideas. Looking back on it,...

Level Design: The Witched Frog

Over the course of this semester, I designed and created a game world and a level within that world, utilizing Unity’s engine. Originally, I had...

Visual HiJack: The Menstrustation

Almost every time I enter a grocery store, or a building with bathrooms, I am reminded of the persistence of the gender binary. There’s something...

Visual HiJack: Campus Dealer

For this assignment, I set out to find images I found oppressive. Spending the summer at home in Los Angeles, I saw a lot of...

Visual Hijack: Body Positivity

For this assignment, I started by identifying two images that I felt were oppressive. The first one was a Gillette ad with the slogan “My...

Cultural Hijack: JUMP THE TURNSTILE! :D

by: Isiah Powell Taylor When concerning stickers, I was unsure at first of the way stickers function within space. Artists such as Banksy are able...