Art from Code: Stuck in a Loop

For my Art From Code conference project, I wanted to create a looping, cinematic scene. I got the idea from the class skyline assignment, where...

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 NetArt Story

Aesthetically, the net art narrative that inspired this project the most was Olia Lialina's My Boyfriend Came Back From The War. It's an interactive non-linear...

Art from Code: Floaters

My conference project began with me following an interest in floaters, the clumpy, dark, things that move across your eyes and are visible when looking...

Art from Code: Frigid

This project began when I asked Angela about exploring nature through code- she suggested learning how to code snow, and that sounded like a great...

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...

Art from Code: Digital Performer

Recently, I have been interested in sound performance that use interactive technologies. However, for this project I thought it would be interesting to practice the...

Art From Code: A Response to Vera Molnár

Vera Molnár approached her work through gradualism. She would change one parameter at a time and evaluate the aesthetic alterations. This way of creating is...

Art from Code: Crazy Bouncing Ball

As a future game designer, I plan to do a simple interactive game at my conference. I spend quite a time on what game should...