Happy Halloween

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

Visual Code of Heimbold

What initially strikes me about the visual code of Heimbold are its colors, and the lack of coordination between them. The building’s main lobby, featuring...

Sticker Project: work buy consume die

The City and environments we live in play a huge part in the vision we have of ourselves, our work and interactions with others. When...

Group Game #1: Standoff Revisited

In an attempt to introduce some kind of player choice to our black and white hostage game, we’ve decided to simply display different messages depending...

Jason Eppink visits Remix the City

“Spoiler Alert” Today, our Remix the City class was lucky enough to hear Jason Eppink talk about his work. A million thank you’s to Angela for making this...

Group Game #1: Triangles Game

In this game you play as a black circle who’s main objective is to dodge triangles long enough for a portal to appear and teleport...

Group Game #1: Bammer

I’ve been experimenting with the original code for “Bammer” and warping it into more of a sandbox art piece. The form of the game is...

Black & White Exercise #2: Moon Dragon

There is a village: The monster comes out at night: The monster eats moon children:   This ‘game’ is really a few-second long cutscene, because...

Black & White Exercise #2 – Monster

Monster is a single-player game based on the idea of mixing random possibilities. The basic setting is a village where five people live: a monster who...

Black & White Exercise #1: Chasing 88/Reverse

Chasing88 (or Reverse) is a black and white game based on the idea of clockwise/counterclockwise motion. The interface is consists of four moving circles. All...

Sticker Project: Human/Nature Dichotomies

What is it about our particular society that makes us so uncomfortable with disorder? One of the primary characteristics of a city is its structure...

Sticker Project: Reframing Rihanna

For my sticker project, I chose to reframe Rihanna to show the truth behind her popstar image, which is reflected in one of her tweets....