Space HiJack: Mario Cube

For my box project, I wanted to make something fun, so I chose the question mark cube from the Super Mario games. After giving up...

Space HiJack: Living Room

Here are some photos of our hallway-livingroom intervention. It represents my idea of a new urbanism. Contemporary cities, though shaped by humans, are devoid of...

Conference Project Post #1: Brokeopoly

For one of my conference projects, I will continue with this theme of impending student loan debt by making an interactive, higher education monopoly board. I...

Questions of Space

Can space contain? If space can contain, is it restrictive? Is space context? Is space destructible? If space is destructible, can it be rebuilt? Can...

Questions of Space

Are we extensions of our space? Could space be an individual’s mental and physical exchange with the environment? (Like a rhizome, or a Spinozian metabolic rhythm?)...

Sticker Project: IKEA Logo

I started my Sticker Champaign Project with confusions. After seeing some urban interference examples of reframing during the seminars and in the textbook. I started...

Space HiJack: Donuts

For my space intervention assignment I decided to fill a box with donuts and hide it somewhere in the main lobby of Heimbold. What inspired...

Space HiJack: BIZARREBAZAAR BOX

My box project was funny. When I thought about what makes me happy, I said dressing up. I love clothes. I love everything about a...

Black & White Exercise #3: Pendulum Ride

This is a fairly simple demonstration of translation and rotation. I simply used those techniques to create a very simple representation of the theme-park “pendulum”...

Space HiJack: Our Secret Plan

  Dear All, We’ll install our hijack on Monday, November 10th. Please update us on your part of the project by posting here to the class...

Questions of Space

How do we define spaces by function? Are spaces of transition not spaces of functionality? Are spaces not born out of tradition? Can spaces be...

Black & White Exercise #1: Pentagon

I had trouble deciding what I wanted to create after being given this prompt, because there were so many options. I decided to create “Pentagon,”...

Black & White Exercise #1: Symmetry

  Symmetry is a grayscale game that incorporates four circles. Using sinusoidal movement they gradually move up and down the screen. As they move, the...