Goldsworthy Inspired

I am a junior at Lake Washington Institute of Technology in Kirkland, Washington, pursuing their Bachelor of Technology in Applied Design (BTAD) degree. Winter Quarter 2016 in Design Theory (HUM 311), students are required to create an Andrew Goldsworthy-inspired design outdoors (Goldsworthy’s primary medium) or indoors. Although any tool may be used (knives, hammers, scissors, etc.), … Continue reading Goldsworthy Inspired

The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media

Lunenfeld, P., & Brody, F. (1999). Chapter 7: The Medium is Memory. In The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media (pp. ix, xi, 134-149). Retrieved from http://monoskop.org/images/8/86/Lunenfeld_Peter_ed_The_Digital_Dialectic_New_Essays_on_New_Media.pdf This book is a collections of essays presented at “The Digital Dialectic: A Conference on the Convergence of Technology, Media, and Theory” in August, 1995 at the Art Center College of Design … Continue reading The Digital Dialectic: New Essays on New Media

A Stroll Down Memory Lane

from American Icons: I Love Lucy (Studio 360 Radio Series, Episode #1231) http://www.studio360.org/story/96246-american-icons-i-love-lucy/ To this day, the name “Lucy” is synonymous with the I Love Lucy television show and its iconic star, Lucille Ball. During the height of its glory, the night Lucy gave birth to her first child, 44 million Americans watched the episode (72% … Continue reading A Stroll Down Memory Lane