Yellow chair Stories – http://www.anab.in/yeartwo/yellowchair/yellow.htm
Cammille Utterback’s Liquid Time
If you missed the screening in class or need to review, here’s a link to William Whyte’s the Social Life of Small Urban Spaces on Vimeo
Photos from the MFADT Scrapyard Challenge can be found here!
Here are links to some projects mentioned in class:
(relevant to) Parinot’s presentation:
Boundary Functions by Scott Snibbe
The Million Dollar Home Page by Alex Tew
Suggested by Ramiro:
Sixth Sense at the MIT Media Lab
(suggested by Vivan)
Hello Health (suggested by Ramiro)
Artist Cory Arcangel has work in the Whitney Museum of American Art until September 11th. The work on display celebrates low-technology at its finest. I think I’d like to require the class to see the exhibition this week and write about it. We have until September 11th, which is when the show comes down, so hurry up!
PGTE 5200 MAJOR STUDIO: INTERFACE: This course is the primary introduction to the creation of work within a design and technology context and should be seen as the interface for MFADT core topics — Narrative, Computation, and Interactivity — as well as the tripartite of the program: design, technology, and society. The course is designed as a stepping-stone to a student’s own investigations and interests, as well as a space for exploration and experimentation with alternative design processes and methodologies. The course is run in a studio format, which means all students are expected to participate in the making, discussion, and critique of work.