My second coding assignment is inspired by the possibilities of the Perlin noise code. When we were first introduced to this code in our MEDA102 tutorial, I was fascinated by the way a computer can craft something so natural and realistic through coding. I decided to abstract this concept of the natural vs the man-made … More naturally digital.
By blending the erratic, irritating nature of Mangold’s works with the structure and order of Judd’s works, I hope to create an artwork that will be interesting without being strictly dull or overly incomplete. … More abstracting – frustration and order.
This video is a little trip down memory lane. Come with me and explore my childhood, my family, and my outlook on life – hopefully, you’ll begin to understand where I’m from. … More audio visual work – ‘cassettes’.
Brooke writing about herself? Nothing new.
Brooke writing about herself through poetry? Well, this is something you need to experience. … More a poem about me.
There’s a lot of people that I need to thank, for a variety of reasons. In this post, I try to name and praise every single last one of you. … More saying thankyou to, well, everyone really.
My MEDA101 soundscape (an audio piece that invokes places and feelings to create atmosphere) is all about life and appreciation, and is full of the sounds of travel, technology and a lot of barking. … More soundscape – ‘turning point’.
My first MEDA101 assessment – a short video made up of ‘remoscopes’, reminiscent of the cinematography of the Lumiere Brothers. The final video is a representation of my growth as a person and woman. … More remoscope – ‘the book of me’.