Category Archives: MEDA102 Computational Media

MAJOR PROJECT: The Vulnerable Self

Throughout my life I’ve often found myself so focused on how people perceive me that I’ve habitually projected an image of myself that, at times, I don’t even identify with. This work is an exploration into the identity crisis one … Continue reading

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Computer Coding Exercise ‘Exodus’

I approached this exercise (which can be viewed through this link) with the works of Brandon Morse and Jared Tarbell in mind. In Tarbell’s ‘Substrate Algorithm‘ (2003), the fluidity of objective lines formed shapes that could be culturally interpreted as … Continue reading

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An analysis of Paik’s ‘TV Buddha’ (1974)

Nam June Paik’s Tv Buddha (1974) is the first of a series of TV Buddhas, which combine media and art to create a piece that is both timeless, aesthetic and thought provoking. TV Buddha effectively worked to create a new understanding … Continue reading

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